Ideas for Personification Poems?

Answer Personification, a figurate device where a writer ascribes an inanimate object with humanlike qualities, creates unusual imagery in poetry. "But, look, the morn, in russet mantle clad, / Walks o'er... Read More »

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Ideas for Titles of Poems?

It sounds like it should be easy, but titling a poem perplexes many poets. It's challenging to strike the note that is fresh, that will invite a reader in and accurately represent the poem. Sometim... Read More »

Ideas for Things to Write Poems About?

Through the composition of poetry, you can share your perspective on the world with others. Nearly anything can be fodder for a poem because this writing form can be used to express thoughts and id... Read More »

The personification in the book The Pearl?

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Is there personification in the eyes are watching god?

Zora Neale Hurston includes personification in her novel to illustrate certain events with a deeper perspective. For instance, "the monster began to roll in his bed," (Hurston 158.) Through this st... Read More »