Which statement best defines imagery as it is used in poetry?
Imagery is the process by which poets convey information about characters to readers.
Imagery represents objects, actions, and ideas in such a way that it appeals to the physical senses.
Imagery happens when a poem is accompanied by illustrations that portray the main theme of the poem.
Imagery is purely decorative, applied by the poet to make the poem more appealing.
Imagery is used by the writer to talk about an object by describing only part of it.
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Which poetry is it?
Im not sure i just copied the question verbatim
We won't be able to help you with this without knowing alittle bit about the poetry
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Oh, never mind, sorry I read that wrong. I'd go with the second one.
Ok thank you so much
No problem :D
Imagery is basically using words to call on to the reader's senses.
"The beautiful bright and vibrant colors painted the sky in different hues. All ranging from cooler dark colors to the brightest orange and yellow in the sky."
"The cat's fur was crusty, dry, and rough. One could tell this poor feline is malnourished and hasn't seen a meal in a long time."
I mostly used words to appeal to the sight. Some writers try to appeal to sound, smell, and other senses.
I mean, writers normally try to get the reader to see, feel, and relate to what their character is going through. I have read a few poetry pieces where it mostly talks about sight. Or maybe how one might feel. Maybe, the author uses all senses to better voice their messages. It all depends on their style of writing.