7 next comes the personification portion of the lesson this part is fun and this is where you might even get an unexpected poem out of your pencil o the metaphors or similes already written often times will unexpectedly end up in your writings using personification. Comparison is the basis of figurative language and the most common forms of poetic comparison are simile metaphor and personification in this lesson youll define all three terms and see . Personification similes metaphors hyperbole rhyme scheme theme voice alliteration alliteration is the repetition of sounds at the beginning of words a common example is the tongue twister peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers the rhyme scheme of this poem can be determined by looking at the end word in each line. Best answer tahquamenon falls by denise rodgers from great lakes rhythm and rhyme water rushing gushing pushing past the limits of the edge water barrels off the ledge whipping up the bottom sludge makes the water look like fudge growling with a freight trains roar wildly rushes out some more
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