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Give an example of each of the following elements of poetry from the poems you have read in Units 4, 5, and 6. Metaphor: Simile: Personification: Onomatopoeia: Imagery: Sensory Language: Rhyme: Alliteration: Assonance: Consonance: Repetition:

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Sokoya, I said, looking through the net of wrinkles into wise black pools of her eyes. 5 What do you say in Athabaskan when you leave each other? What is the word for goodbye? A shade of feeling rippled 1 0 the wind-tanned skin. Ah, nothing, she said, watching the river fash. She looked at me close. We just say, Tlaa. That means, 1 5 See you. We never leave each other. When does your mouth say goodbye to your heart? She touched me light 20 as a bluebell. You forget when you leave us, You’re so small then. We don’t use that word. We always think you’re coming back, 25 but if you don’t, we’ll see you some place else. You understand. There is no word for goodbye. Sokoya: Aunt (mother’s sister)
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