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Poetic Terms 2

Poetic terms with rap examples

Simile “Some issues need to be addressed like envelopes”
Metaphor “God's a seamstress who tailorfitted my pain”
Personification “Yo, if rap gets jealous, words that were admitted I used to be a public enemy, don't forget it”
Hyperbole “Put food on the table, fed the whole city”
Alliteration “Cuz it's cool when ya cause a cozy conditionin’ Which we create, cuz that's our mission”
Assonance “Hustlers, dealers and killers'ca move swift”
Consonance “The most meanest emcee on this -- on this Earth”
Onomatopoeia “Streets on click clock. Eighty grand just to see the Jacob go tick tock.”
Repetition “I'm educated but I'm dumb on that microphone. Don't even bother, you'll get done on that microphone. I turn a father to a son on that microphone. I'm a revolver in the slum on that microphone And tell the Source I don't need no microphone.”
End Rhyme “Just think of all the people that you knew in the past that passed on, they in heaven, found peace at last”
Internal rhyme “My function is to make much 'n' lay back munchin’”
Created by: MrsBrownImpact