Drops of Jupiter
Type of Poetry
Modern (the poem is not confined by anything, it is written freely)
Figures of Speech
Simile – Compares two unlike things using “like” or “as”
“She acts like summer and walks like rain”
“She listens like spring and she talks like June”
Personification – A figure of speech that gives human traits to something nonhuman.
“Did Venus blow your mind?”
“fall for a shooting star”
Rhyme, Sound Devices
Exact Rhyme – When 2 words have identical sounds in their final accented syllables
Alliteration – Repetition of initial consonant sounds.
“her, hair, hey”
Consonance – Repetition of final consonant sounds
While a girl was looking for herself she found the love of her life. The speaker was asking her if she could imagine life without him.
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