Assignment On Poetic Device

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The poetic device is the way or tool used by the poets to alter the words for getting adifferent meaning. It is used for creating rhymes, enhancing the meaning of a poem servingseveral functions in a poem. In simple words, it makes a way for writers or poets to organizetheir words significantly. It also helps readers or auditors in understanding the meaningfulstructure of the text. A poet has nothing but words for expressing his feelings and ideas whilecreating his work. Besides this, it is an art of using words in an appropriate way of forming amasterwork. The appearance of words in the poem must be simple, natural and self-contained. There are different methods or plans for arranging the words in a poem. Thepoetic device is one of those methods for enriching the texts within a poem.The English language has ample words for conveying your feelings or emotions or ideas.Writing a poem requires a better organization of words. This refers to the writing style ofpoets. It is a form of lots of techniques describing the various features of a poem. It is a partof the literacy device used in poetry. The poetic device helps give excellent meaning to a poem. It provides a poet tools andtechniques for expressing their ideas and thoughts. A poet becomes able to enrich his poemwith slots of emotion and feelings. It makes the poem sound and beautiful. It makes thereaders able to understand and connect to the poem. It develops the thought of the readers andexpresses the message of the poem to them in a more suitable way. Using various poeticdevices, poets alter their words for giving a unique meaning to their poems. Using these devices, the arrangement of words in a poem is done properly. It is utilized forseveral functions while creating a poem. The makes a way for communicating the message ofthe poem to the readers. Moreover, the poetic device is part of literacy term and there areapprox 100 of such devices. All the poetic devices provide advantages but in a different wayand field. These devices are different and used particularly for expressing a particular thoughtor feeling. Without the poetic device, the poetry is without the expression or meaningless.Poetic Device
2There are several poetic devices that can be used in slam poetry. These poetic devices willhelp the poet in bringing some good rhythm and enhance the meaning that it tries to bring outof the poem. Some of these devices include the following:1.Repetition: For complete verses, single words or lines as well as sounds, this poeticdevice can be used. The ultimate objective is to improve the' stick' of something. Ifthere is an important point that a poet wishes to convey, or a message that it wants toresonate, then it can attempt to add some sort of repetition to see if it can make itstand out to be more creative. Besides this, the poetic device helps others know thepoem's theme as well-particularly. This is particularly when other instruments andimages can effectively conceal the story behind the words. It can be helpful forreusing words as well as phrases in order to create an effect. 2.Rhymes and its types: This poetic device is used by the general public mostfrequently to associate with poetry. Words that have distinct starting sounds butwhose endings sound the same, use this poetic device.Example: mime, time, slimeDouble rhymes will be having the final two syllables. Example: revival, arrival,survival Triple rhymes include the final three syllables. Example: greenery, machinery,sceneryAn effective variation can be made by using this poetic device. It is called slant rhyme, orhalf rhyme. According to this poetic device, if only the words ' final consonant soundsare the same, but the original vowelsas well as the consonants sounds differ, then therhyme is known as a half or slant rhyme. It is called consonance when this appears in thecentre of lines rather thanat the end.Consonance- is used when the poets arrange their words repeating either middle orending sounds two or more times nearby. The repetition occurs in quick series. It makesthe sound more attractive compared to simply writing. Consonance is mainly utilized inthe formation of rhymes. It happens when sound repeats not the letter. It does not requirethe words having similar consonant sounds must be nearby but anywhere in the world.
3Curiosity killed the cat.Example: foul, soul, taut; oil, knit, satAnother variation in this poetic device that is sometimes used is known as near rhyme. Ifthe sounds of the final vowel are the same, but the sounds of the final consonant areslightly distinct; this rhyme is called near rhyme poetic device.Example: rhyme, fine; goin’, poem.3.Alliteration: This poetic device determines consonant sounds that are repeated,usually on the adjacent or same lines, at the starting of words placed near each other. Inany part of the adjacent words it is using the same consonant. Besides this, it is used inthe case of the repetition of consonant sound words at beginning two or more than twotimes. The alliterative words are close or nearby. This is used for emphasizing thephonetic utterance rather than words. It is used almost in any type of writing but mainlyfor emphasizing a point. It adds a fun element in the writing. It focuses on the attention ofthe readers on a specific section of the writing. It creates rhythm, tone or mood anddelivers comedic effects. It is generally tongue twister. Little Lilly loves licking the lollipopExample: quick and furious Example: Andrew and Peter patted the Ascot PonyIn the second definition of this poetic device, both P and T are considered alliteration inthe instance. It is observed that this poetic device is very evident and needs to be handledwith excellent care; except in special types like limerick, cinquain and humorous verse.Use of Poetic DevicePoets use this for communicating a message, making their poems more beautiful orinteresting. It helps the reader in understanding or relating to the poems. It also helps thereaders in imaging or visualizing the poem. It creates effects in the poem. It makes the poemmore alive and aware of the poet about the structure of his poem. It provides poetrypersonification, metaphor and figure of speech. It analyses and interprets the messagedelivered by the poem. It develops the theme of the poem. It enriches the poem adding many

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