The word 'description' is a noun, a word for a spoken or written representation or account of someone or something; a word for a thing.
Conveying in words the appearance or nature of something, describing a scene or an event, a verbal picture
I'm writing a poem about a cat.
He likes to wear a silly hat.
He got it from the grocery store,
But he lost it and can't wear it anymore.
I have a dog
His name is Spot
He sleeps on a log
Outside when it's hot.
Every other line could rhyme, or 2 lines at a time could rhyme when going for poetry with rhyme scemes. The most popular rhyme schemes can be found in Sonnets.
is a type of poem with a ryme.
Rhyme scheme is the regular pattern of rhyming words in a poem or stanza. Letters are assigned to the last word of each line of a poem to help decipher a poem's rhyme scheme.
For example, the rhyme scheme of a Shakespearean sonnet is abab cdcd efef gg
All of the a's rhyme with a's, b's with b's, c's with c's, and so on.
A rhyming scheme is a stanza of a story often found in a poem. The end words of these stanza lines often rhyme with each other.
To Directly Compare Two Unlike Things.
If you were invited to a birthday party at a restaurant by someone other than the Guest of honour, then check with them. Generally speaking the host is the one to pay for the guest of honour. You should be prepared to pay for your own meal and drinks and bring a gift for the guest of honour unless the invitation says "no gifts" in which case a card is appropriate.
Athens was stripped of its empire and became a second rate power.
Sparta became temporarily dominant until defeated and displaced by Thebes.
Fighting between Greek city-states continued on.
Persia reasserted control of the Greek cities of Asia Minor.
The weakened Greek city-states were unable to resist the rise of Macedonia.
its actually MECEDONIA
Swarm would be a group of bees
Every war defines irony of situation. It is also known as situational irony. It is a melodramatic disproportion to its presumed ends.
gyrate is to twirl
No. A tercet is a three-line stanza. A sestet is a six-line stanza.
Silence (it doesn't make a sound. It's gone if you call its name. Why? you broke the silence. But silence has no sound. Therefore, silence is the answer)
They had a large variety of farm products
He was the founfer of stoicism
It was accompanied by either a lyre or flute.
It was used to express satire or to ridicule another person...