Poetry and sound devices
Natalee & Evan
This poem is talking about how bad someone's feet smell and what they have to do to stop smelling the bad smell.
This poem has rhythm and rhyme. No other sound devices are included.
Examle : like limburger cheese
between my two knees . this shows rhyme and rhythm
This poem uses mertaphors, rythem and rhyme. These are the only sound devices.
Example : Then one by one
he sees that are doneThis shows rhythm and rhyme.
Example : With jaws flaming red
this is an example of a metaphor
“Twinkle, twinkle little star,How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high,Like a diamond in the sky.”
This poem uses rhyme , and simile .
Example of rhyme:star, are. High, sky.
Example of simile:it says "up above the world so high like a dimond in the sky"
First moons light
Darkness is bright.
Silvers reflects pure
Gold is no more.
Diamonds will shine
This night will be mine.
The memories it holds
Be forever untold.
This poem uses rhyme and metaphors.
Example of rhyme: light, bright. Shine, mine.
Example of metophor:silvers reflect pure.
Sally sells sea shells by the sea shore.
This poem uses alliteration.
Example: most of the words start with s.
Three fields to cross till a farm appears;
A tap at the pane, the quick sharp scratch
And blue spurt of a lighted match…
This poem uses onomatopoeia and rhyme.
Examples of onomatopoeia: tap,scratch,spurt.
Examples of rhyme:scratch,match.