if you want to get the mystery badge grenadier first select destroy the destroyer the beat destroyer with stones if you will get grenade beat him but don't miss any grenade the you will get grenadier
A Thousand years by Christina Perr Eg. I've loved you for a thousand years - Hyperbole
Well when the Eagles wrote this song, music makers couldn't sing offensive stuff about the government. So the song is one big metaphor that California is like a rat trap. Once you come you can never leave.
There are many electronic devices in the world that do in fact give off radiation. These devices include computers and microwaves for example.
As long as its clean, any.
all i got was 'I was a scarlett letter'. its a metaphor.
Poetic devices are integral to the production of any poem in that they are there to create sounds and pictures within poetry.
No it has no swears in it
well I'm not sure about this question but yes, Bruno mars sang a song called grenade and he won 2 Grammies award.
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
there aren't any
most songs that have been written usually have different literature devices and so you can choose almost any song and will be able to most likely find metaphors, similes, personification or any other different devices
Actually, hardly any devices involve Satanism. There was once a famous poetic reference to "dark, Satanic mills" but in general, technology is not viewed as Satanic. Devices are merely intended to help us to do something more easily than we otherwise could, they almost never have any religious element to them, Satanic or otherwise.