The Crossover

Kwame Alexander

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Often finds that his battery�s dead. ..." I do not think, sir, that the Advocate of Scotland is called upon to go farther, in order to plead an exemption from any experiment which England may think proper to try to cure her own malady, than to say such malady does not exist in her jurisdiction. I remember one evening in a restaurant seeing a man come in with a lady---a beautiful lady---very particularly beautiful, as though she had been stolen out of Mahomet's paradise.

THE WITCH'S HOUSE

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Literary journals are the BEST place to publish your individual poems. Quantitative meter is common in Greek, Latin, Sanskrit, and Arabic but not in English. All of these events could correspond to each other on the chain of being, and each would coincide with the others. Right then I showed my money, the whole big chuffy pile, Till Can commenced hiz smilin', and said that I'd struck ile; You'd better leave thet at the Bank afore you pain this town. Octosyllable: A line whose last accent falls on the seventh syllable.

Little Zebra: Finger Puppet Book (Little Finger Puppet Board

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I had heard nothing and shook my head; but she nodded hers and murmured excitedly, In the same way I answered her: ``Impossible! In the poem "To His Coy Mistress" Andrew Marvell uses hyperbole when he declares that "if there were world enough and time" he'd spend centuries adoring each part of his lover's body. words and phrases that describe the concrete experience of the five senses, e.g.: When weeds, in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush; concise form of comparison equating two things that may seem at first dissimilar, e.g.: regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables, each repeated unit of which is called a foot (iamb, trochee, anapest, dactyl, spondee, pyrrhic). word whose sound resembles what it describes (snap, crackle, pop). attributing of human qualities to things that are not human', e.g.: In the following excerpt Sylvia Plath gives a "mirror" human qualities: I am silver and exact.

Beastly Verse

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These were, years afterwards, to be found among the personal enemies of Kemble. One poet wonders ... can this be for real? From the Apotheosis of Homer, by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, who first appeared in publication in 1887. He writes fiction for magazines, and articles for new websites. Sometimes they pretend for longer, so long that they get used to it and aren’t pretending.

Magic Broom (Charles Reasoner Halloween Books)

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I also learned to talk like my Puerto Rican peers. If so, you were introduced to verse and to rhythm, and possibly even to imagery and figurative language. If you think this is an error, please contact the webmaster. At the battle of Culloden, the Prince remained upon an eminence, with a squadron of horse. Fredrick Gruber sums this up, “Poetry tends to give general truths while history gives particular facts.” (Gruber) Having said all of this though, I did see a couple of things that I could apply to my own writing.... [tags: poetry] The Poetry of Robert Frost - Have you ever looked outside your window and wondered what the world really means.

Little Red Flying Hood (Tooned Up Tales Book 1)

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Perhaps it will touch Rita's heart, too, some day. In the former, it is well known, great mismanagement was discovered; for Pat, poor fellow, had been playing the loon to a considerable extent. AGGLUTINATIVE (from Latin, "glued to"): In a now outdated linguistic classification, an agglutinative language was any language with complicated but (for the most part) regular derivational forms (Algeo 311)--especially those based on single-syllable morphemes. Blunt again, ``Of course you wouldn't suppose anything vulgar in his resistances to a very real sentiment.

The Adventures Of Hamish The Highlander

Paul Atkinson

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However, the authors have different views. Is the speaker serious or joking, ironic or straightforward, condemning, approving or dispassionate, lighthearted or depressed, loving or angry? Still, the clouds would insist on parting. Indeed it would be rather tedious, as our authority, though very entertaining, was something minute in the narrative, and spared us not a single rizard haddock, which went to recruit their bodily strength, or a single chopin of twopenny, or mutchkin of brandy, which served to support their manly spirit for the approaching conflict.

Ruby and Gram Have a Sleepover

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Poetry is imagination and will break those chains faster than you can say "Harlem Renaissance." On Buna and other South Pacific islands during World War II, they said that when a GI started composing verses he'd been in the jungle too long. At the end of a line, the "e" remains unelided but is hypermetrical (outside the count of syllables, like a feminine ending in English verse), in that case, the rhyme is also called "feminine", whereas it is called "masculine" in the other cases.

Minn and Jake's Almost Terrible Summer

Janet S. Wong

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But though Kemble thus asserted the dignity of his profession, and the claim which a performer has to be treated like a gentleman, there cannot be a question that he made enemies among the low and malicious party in the common audience of a theatre, who had hitherto considered the right of insulting the players as a valuable part of the privilege purchased by the half-price which they had paid at the door. The term was first coined by the classical historian Tacitus when he described the Germanic tribes north of Rome.

The Boy in Number Four

Kara Kootstra

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The Banks will be forcing back on the hands of the shepherd or farm-servant his deposit, just at the time when they are unwillingly distressing his master for the balance on his cash-account, called up before his well-judged, but half-executed improvements, undertaken on the faith of the continued credit, have become productive. The quality I find most in the top entries is a use of language that grabs the reader from the first line to the ending of the poem.