By: Andrew and Alden
This poem is about a person that is telling you about how mean their dog is. They also describe how he looks.
He is a black dog with eyes as dark as chocolate. He is mean and always hungry.
"Bad as the Devil" is one of the examples of a simile in this poem.
Alliteration is another example of a poetry device " Like a leech" is the one they use.
This poem is about a broken tree branch that looks up to others so he can keep the other branches from falling.
I am a broken tree branch. I look up to others to keep more branches from breaking.
"I look up to others to keep more branches from breaking" is one of the metaphors in this poem.
Rhythm is another poetry device in this poem.
Betty Botter bought butter, but it was to bitter. After that she had to buy more. Now her butter is better.
"Betty Botter bought some butter" is an example of alliteration in this poem.
There are no other clear examples of poetry devices in this poem.
This poem is about an older brother who gives her little sister a present . He tells her that she can wear it everywhere.
"You can wear it on your head 'round the house or in your bed" is an example of rhyme in this poem.
There are no other examples of poetry devices in this poem.
Bam went the lunch trays. Clap went the teacher. Sounds were everywhere.
"Clap! Clap! Went the the teacher" is an example of an onomatopoeia in this poem.
Alliteration is one of the other poetry devices in the poem.
Actions speak louder than words. My actions are like words.
An idiom example is "Actions speak louder then words"
Their are know clear examples of other devices in this poem.