PQ2 - Angela Mae S De Leon B46 1 Poem 40 by Jose Garcia Villa The poem uses second point of view It describes the image of a centipede and compares

PQ2 - Angela Mae S De Leon B46 1 Poem 40 by Jose...

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Angela Mae S. De Leon B46 1. Poem 40 by Jose Garcia Villa The poem uses second point of view. It describes the image of a centipede and compares into a celestial being. The poem is structured with a rhyme pattern of “AABB”. After every word in the poem were joined by a comma. Centipede symbolizes balance and moving forward in life. The poem conveys about a man who had a strong desire because of the words bright, stamping, heat, and then imagination. Bright means showing of how proud you have, or you are shining. Stamping means bringing down one’s foot on the ground, it also shows the feeling of excitement. To conform with stamping, heat makes it clearer that the man has a desire towards a person. And then, imagination means action of forming an idea that subject to desire. The poem uses personification, since the centipede is the subject, the author uses human attributes to elaborate the feeling he wants to convey. 2. The Sorrow of Distances by Jaime An Lim In the poem, the persona is the author, it uses first point of view. The form of the poem is in free verse poem. The image you can see in the poem is a person that daydreaming to be with the person she yearns. The mood has longing, excitement, and curiosity. The author wants to express her feelings through the poem. It gives the audience an idea what are the feelings, questions, and courage that a person holds when she is far away from her loved ones. The poem uses synecdoche and apostrophe as a figurative language.

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