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veneration

holding in highest respect

narcissism

self love

fervor

intensity of feeling

jubilant

shouting for joy

buoyancy

cheerfulness

sanguine

optimistic

serene

peaceful

placid

undisturbed

despondent

depression

forlorn

miserable

barren

emptiness; lifeless

abhorrence

disgust

rancor

bitter

vehement

extreme anger

petulant

ill tempered

acrimony

harsh

choleric

easily angered

consternation

sudden anger brought on by something unexpected

umbrage

annoying

sardonic

mocking

caustic

sarcastic

flippant

lacking maturity

insipid

lacking taste (blah)

austere

self disipline

audacious

bold

consonance

the repetition of similar consonant sounds especially at the ends of words (e.g. past, blast, cast)

allusion

a reference within a literary work, to another work of fiction, a film, a piece of art, or even a real event.

paradox

a statement that seems contradictory or nonsensical on the surface but that, upon closer examination, may be seen to certain an underlying truth

assonance

repetition of a pattern of similar sounds, especially vowel sounds

caesura

a natural pause or break in a line of poetry (e.g. : / -)

enjambment

the condition of a complete idea from one line or couplet of a poem to the next line or couplet

olfactory imagery

pertains to smell

tactile imagery

pertains to touch

gustatory imagery

pertains to taste

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