always use like or as
No, but there are a few poetic devices found in Limericks like meter, rhyme scheme, rhyming couplets, and those are just some. Those should be the basic poetic devices in most/all limericks. Your Welcome ( o ) ( o ) \ >< / @@@@@
they use poetic devices too show the reader what they feel like in their writing and they want you to now that using poetic devices really capture the readers and everyone else eyes so then they can look at it too.
The first and most obvious of the poetic devices in AHDN is the rhyme scheme. The rhyme scheme in AHDN is AABBC. Another poetic device in A Hard Day's Night is simile, "And I've been working like a dog".
the poetic devices are as following: Simile eg. like the tramp of hoofs Onomatopoeia eg. clatter and roar tell me if there are any personifications used here or metaphor
I think features of poetry are the poetic devices used in it. Like what is it made of,most commonly used,which part of grammar.
Poetic Devices: Repetition: "Once upon a time" in the 1st and last lines Similie:"..conforming smile like a fixed potrait smile." Metaphor: "Ice-block cold eyes" Sarcasm:"feel at home!" "come again"
some poetic sound devices are like assonance, consonance, alliteration, puns, rhyme, rhythm, and meter. i just don't know what each of them mean. I'm still trying to find out.
Poetic expressions are descriptive stanzas that use words like "as" or "like" and explain the main idea of your poem or passage.
Alliteration- "The dark owls sit in solemn state,"Hyperble & Simile- "Like stranger gods; by twos and twos,"Hope I helped.
like its dying
here is the answer C. Enjambment
Yes there are some poetic devices in if i die young like: Lord make me a rainbow (symbolism), im as green as the ring on my cold little finger (similie), the sharp knife of a short life (metaphor), funny when you're dead how people start listening (irony)...and there's many more if you look at the lryics... I hoped this helped you somewhat
Dying Like Ophelia happened in 1851.
Love... Is Like Dying was created in 1986.
Simile: "I, like a second comer, waiting," "looked around like a God."Alliteration: "Must wait, must stand and wait," "and slowly, very slowly."Onomatopoeia: 'clatter', etc
Live Like You Were Dying was created on 2004-08-24.
no and the song name is live like we're dying not live like you were dying, it was written by an Irish band called the Script
What of the movie didn't Shannon Johnson play in other then poetic justice
Live Like You Were Dying is sung by country singer Tim McGraw.
Live Like You Were Dying - song - was created in 2004-01.
They are things used to help the poet tell the story like pathetic fallacy ,connotations,rhyming and that sort of thing. They help enhance poetic and make it more interesting to find the meaning of it. Hope this helps