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language that triggers the mind to recall and recombine images through words that appeal to the senses
figurative language (rhetorical figures)
expressions that conform to particular patterns, arrangements, and thoughts
dramatic device where the speaker addresses a real or imagined listener who isn't present
where inanimate objects or abstract concepts are seemingly endowed with human self-awareness; where human thoughts, actions and perceptions are directly attributed to inanimate objects or abstract ideas
the movement, rises and falls, and intensities in the flow of words, phrases, and sentences in poetry
repetition of consonant sounds either at the beginning of words or consonant sounds which are similar within the words
blending of consonant and vowel sounds designed to imitate or suggest a situation or action
heavy stress rhyme
rhymes of monosyllabic words or polysyllabic words in which the final syllable is stressed
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