What is alliteration?
Alliteration is the repetition of the same beginning consonant sound in two or more words in succession. For example: "cold, covered, clarified." The repetitio...
Crafting a strong poem can be accomplished by using a variety of techniques. Each one creates a particular mood in a poem. Writing with a specific tone helps to evoke various emotions, causing readers to connect with a poem on a deeper level. Some techniques include personification, repetition, metaphors, and similes. Using them helps convey the message the author wants the readers to take away from the piece. They help a great poem stand out from the rest. Using specific techniques strengthens the quality of the poem, but some of these techniques take a bit of practice to master.
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Do you want to make the descriptions in your writing stronger?
Do you want people to connect your words with other experiences in their lives?
Using similes or metaphors is a great way to add explanations to your writing. Both similes and meta...
Repetition is a poetic technique used to draw a person's attention to a certain idea. Think about school. If a teacher wants to get her point across, is she going to say it once? No. She is going to repeat it multipl...
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