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  1. KyanTheDoodle
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  2. anonymous
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    In both "Miracles" and "in Just-," the poets use images that appeal to the senses. In a paragraph, compare the use of imagery in the two poems. First, present images in each poem that appeal to the senses of sight, sound, and touch. Then state at least one way in which the imagery in the two poems is different and one way that it is the same. Include details from the poems in your paragraph. https://www.connexus.com/extra/ThirdPartyProviders/Pearson/MS_LA_text/Grade_7/html/page_377.html https://www.connexus.com/extra/ThirdPartyProviders/Pearson/MS_LA_text/Grade_7/html/page_378.html

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    This kinda breaks the rule of OS of doing stuff that drastically affects your grade, so I'm afraid not.

  4. anonymous
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    Well here was my original response: In "in Just-" says "When the world is puddle wonderful, the queer old balloon man whistles far and wee." And in "Miracles" it says "Or wade with naked feet along the beach just in the edge of the water". They both paint a picture of it as if it were in real life. But they are different because It is impossible for a man to be picked up by balloons. So it is less realistic then "In Just-"

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