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THE MOIST PEARS

Tone

The emotion that the author Bitter
is feeling as they write.
Regretful
Sorrowful
Extreme exaggeration.

A thousand eyes were on me
as I entered the room.

Words that create an
emotion.

Brave
Heroic
Humiliation

Metaphor

A figure of speech that
compares unlike objects.

Your brother is a pig.

Onomatopeia

The use of words whose
sounds suggest their
meaning.

Splash!
Bang!
Sizzle

Imagery

Creates a picture in your
mind.

A host, of golden daffodils;
Beside the lake, beneath the
trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the
breeze.

A comparison usually using
the words ‘like’ or ‘as’.

As busy as a bee.

The central idea of the
poem; what
it is about.

Death
Love
War

When animals or objects are
said to have human
characteristics.

The sun smiled on the grass
below.
The stars danced playfully.

Hyperbole
Emotive words

Simile
Theme
Personification
Enjambment
Alliteration
Rhyme

When sentences run into the The holy time is quiet as a
next line with no
Nun
punctuation or pause
Breathless with adoration;
between them.
the broad sun
The repetition of one or
more initial letters.

Delightful daffodils
Sleepy soldiers

When two or more words
have the same sound at the
end of a sentence.

Toil; oil
Mother; brother

THE MOIST PEARS
Repetition
Structure

When a sentence or phrase is Repeated use of a line at the
repeated. A poet does this
start of a stanza.
for effect.
The organisation of a poem
including how many stanzas
it has.

Is it regular or irregular?
How many stanzas has it got?