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Name:Jaedha Carrington

Class:2 Sebro Teacher’s Name:Mrs. Ottley Subject:English Literature Topic:Poetic Devices

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DEFINITION OF POETRY

A definition of poetry is a literary work that expresses the reader's feelings or mood of any types of poems.

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THE TOPIC I MOSTLY ENJOYED

The topic I enjoyed the most in Literature is Poetry because it is a very easy topic you can learn and it is also interesting to write about how you feel and to give the reader a better understanding of topic.

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THE TOPIC I LEASTLY ENJOYED

The topic I leastly enjoyed was Drama because it is fictional and it makes the reader feel as though he/she is presenting a bunch of lies to his/her teacher or his/her parents.

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A DEFINITION AND EXAMPLE OF FIVE POETIC DEVICES ARE:

Simile-a figure of speech in which we compare two or more unlike things in a descriptive way.For example: The little girl laughs like a hyena. Metaphor:a figure of speech that compares two unlike things without using the words 'like' or 'as'. Alliteration: the repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of the statement.For example: We Bear Bares Personification:The features of non-living things having human abilities to do something.For example: The wind is howling like the Big Bad Wolf. Onomatopoeia-this is when you hear the noise of something and the word sounds exactly like that sound.For example: cockadododo or bang bing.

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THE TWO POEMS I CHOSE ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Diamante-it is a seven lined poem that describes a person or an object, and it also takes the shape of a diamond. Haiku-the haiku contains three lines ,with five syllables in the first line, seven in the second, and five in the third.It is also known as a Japanese poem.