Poetic sound devices grade 6

by: Cindy H. and Kameryn M.

This poem is about making eggs for breakfast and making toast with jam on it. It is an example of this specified device because it has words that imitate a sound. Some other devices used in the poem are: rhyme and imagery

This poem is about what this person would do if they took a poem to lunch. It is an example of this specified device because it has words or phrases that are applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable. Some other devices used in the poem are: personification, rhyme, imagery, rhythm

This poem is about the Sun having a bad day and not wanting to shine. It is an example of this specified device because it has the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something that is not a human. Some other devices used in the poem are: imagery and rhyme.

This poem is about a kid who is dreaming about how he would get clean in the washing machine and then dry off in the dryer if he could. It is an example of this specified device because some of the words have the same beginning sound. Some other devices used in the poem are: rhyme and rhythm.

This poem is talking about what sadness is and what it could compare to for some people. It is an example of this specified device because it has a figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with another thing that is not of the same kind. Some other devices used in the poem are: rhyme, imagery and rhythm

This poem is about a child's imagination and how it can think of almost anything, with the exception that you don't ever try to stop it. It is an example of this specified device because it has exaggerated claims / statements for emphasis. Some other devices used in the poem are: rhythm and rhyme.

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