The auditory image is in the first line, “the voice of the last cricket”. We can hear cricket song in the end of autumn. g OLFACTORY IMAGERY a An olfactory image occurs when a poet or author represents a smell . a To evoke olfactory imagery, conjure up the following smells: D Petrol fumes D Newly baked bread D Chlorine D New mown grass D Freshly brewed coffee
The Legend Poetry a MISS THOMPSON GEES SHOPPING BY MARTIN ARMSTRONG the old strange fragrance filled the air a fragrance like the garden pink, but tinged with vague medicinal stink a We can smell the aroma of medicine. Olfactory imagery is noticeable by phrase “medicinal stink”. g GUSTATORY IMAGERY a A gustatory image is the representation of a taste . a To evoke gustatory imagery, imagine the taste of: D Sugar D Bananas D Salt D Lemon D Toothpaste D Chilli g GUSTATORY IMAGERY a Taste of Summer Crushed leaves and grass tasty tangy smells of summer Trees are full and plush (of best quality) Fruits are succulent (juicy) and ripe The Gulmohar (a tree) bright and proud sways in the brisk (quick and energetic) warm breeze. -Swati Goswami a THIS IS JUST TO SAY BY WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS i have eaten the plums that were in the ice box and which you were probably saving for breakfast. forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold
The Legend Poetry a Gustatory imagery can be seen in the phrase “so sweet”. This describes the taste of the plums. g TACTILE IMAGERY a A tactile image is the representation of touch . a Imagine the feelings of: D Standing barefoot on a sandy beach D Running your fingertips on satin fabric D Holding a smooth pebble g IMAGERY IN SINGLE SENTENCES 1 D The pot was red like a boy’s tongue after chewing a cherry. D Her blue eyes were as bright as the sun, blue as the sky, but soft as silk. D The giant tree was ablaze with the orange, red, and yellow autumn leaves. g IMAGERY IN SINGLE SENTENCES 2 D The F-16 swooped down like an eagle after its prey. D The word spread like leaves in a storm. D The lake was left shivering by the touch of morning wind. D Her face blossomed when she caught a glance of him. D He could never escape from the iron grip of hatred. D She was like a breath of fresh air infusing life back into him. g WHAT IS THE IMAGE? 1 D flickering fireflies D the squeak of spinning wheels D chocolate, ice cream, and apple pie D the piercing rays of the noon sun D a host of golden daffodils D splashing silver seas D the baby’s breath was warm on my face
The Legend Poetry g WHAT IS THE IMAGE? 2 D apple blossoms filled the air D gentle swaying of the bamboo D full blast of moonlight D candlelight flickering D smoke which stung her eyes D the birds chirping D rain pouring down from the tin roof g WHAT IS THE IMAGE? 3 D a grain of sand in the eye D smoke curling up lazily from the chimney D slow crunch of footsteps on dry soil D broiled chicken D the murmuring of the bees, D the waves lapping the shore g WHAT IS THE IMAGE? 4 D ants crawling down the anthill D the tang of salt spray from the sea D pebbles cold and sharp under my feet D the hurrying tide D silky as a baby’s skin
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