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Poetry Questions and Answers (Q&A)

E.Susan
Answered: Dec 05, 2017
Lyric poems are normally short and try to convey a single thought or idea. Generally speaking, lyric poetry is short compared to an epic poem. Furthermore, it only consist of a single speaker who...Read More

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B. Lazarus
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
This question is an example of a metaphor, and it has the effect of a relationship with nature. Metaphors are one of the many figures of speech. It is used to compare two things to one another....Read More

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T. Lopez, Biology student
Answered: May 17, 2019
The correct answer to this question is B, AABBCCD. A rhyme scheme is the order of a pattern of rhymes. These rhymes would appear at the end of a poem or a verse. The first line of every rhyme...Read More

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E.Susan
Answered: Dec 05, 2017
The Highwayman is a ballad that is written by the famous poet Alfred Noyes. This poem is divided into two parts. It revolves around the story that contains both love and suffering. For poetry...Read More

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Jlorraine
Answered: May 21, 2017
To be honest, this questions confuse me a bit as lazy lizards lounge cannot be considered as an onomatopoeia as lizards do not make that kind of a sound whereas whispers, slaps and smacks are the...Read More

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B. Lazarus
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
The correct answer to this question is D, Whisper, slap, smack I hear in the lunchroom. Onomatopoeia is words that express sounds we can hear all around us. A famous example of onomatopoeia is...Read More

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W. Kaye, Ex-Marine
Answered: Oct 12, 2020
The language that appeals to the senses in poetry and creates pictures in the head is imagery. Imagery is a figurative language. Imagery is the term used for description that appeals to the five...Read More

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L. Laurel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
The correct answers to this question are metaphor and similie. Metaphors and similies are two figures of speech. Using metaphors and similies allow the writing to be more interesting to the user....Read More

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L. Laurel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
The correct answer to this question is Speaker. It is easy to assume that the writer of the poem is automatically the speaker due to the shortened nature of the literary work. However, that is...Read More

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E.Susan
Answered: Dec 05, 2017
The central purpose of this poem is to establish a relationship that nature has with the fate of the humans. The World is Too Much with Us is a sonnet that is written by the English romantic poet...Read More

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A.Nancy
Answered: Dec 12, 2017
Yes, it is an example of an epic poem because it features the story of a losing team that is won by the help of a hero. This poem is written by Ernest Thayer and was published on June 3, 1888....Read More

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L. Laurel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
The correct answer to this question is E lane. In the name Elane, E is the stressed syllable. Compared to unstressed syllables, stressed syllables are louder — the person speaking puts...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jan 29, 2023
Metaphor and simile, simile and metaphor, metaphor simile, simile metaphor

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Alexxa_cece_
Answered: Jan 29, 2023
He feels that people are content with the way that they have been blissfully and ignorantly living their lives, which disappoints him.

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L. Laurel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
The use of words with the same vowel and consonant. In a poem, rhymes occur at the end of the line. An example is a popular nursery rhyme that children are growing up learning. It says roses are...Read More

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