We are a group of 7th graders from Colorado who want to practice our writing and communication skills. We are excited to expand the walls of our classroom and collaborate with other classes! Please leave us comments and your blog URL, so we can respond back to you!
Most poets probably get the effects for their pieces of work by planning and thinking. Also, some of the “tools” they use can be rhyme or maybe even personification. Some poets may even include both. However, rhyme can be more common in poetry than personification. Another, “tool” for poetic effects can be rhythm. Rhythm is just as common as rhyme and personification. An example of personification can be: The rat got up and walked out of the house. Other somewhat minor “tools” can be similes and metaphors or even onomatopoeias. An onomatopoeia is a word that means what its sound is. An example can be: Bang! Als, by somewhat, I mean they just aren’t used as much as other poetic “tools” can be. Anyway, there are other better “tools” to use, but these are maybe the less complex ones.