Poetry By||Ramallah E

Autobiography Poem

I am from Masterpieces from, Pablo Picasso and Leonardo de Vinci

I am from the large city located not to far from Elgin -Austin

I am from the garden, the rose

I am from Wrappers(African tradition wardrobe) and Determination from Joseph and Riyadh and the Enueshike's

I am from the helpful and funny

From "cry baby cry stick a needle in your eye" and I love you's

I am from god and he's guided me through my life and has planned everything they it is to make me improve

I'm from Austin,Texas and Nigeria, Africa ,'FoFo' and breakfast tacos

From my father who flew to America to go my dream college at the age of 25, the determined amazing guy and the strong foundation my brother has set for me and my sister his charm and drive

I am from St Edwards the place where my family started and the city of Austin

Figurative language

Hyperbole- exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally

•“I’ve told you a million times”

•“It was so cold, I saw polar bears wearing jackets”

Simile-figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind using like or ass

•as busy as a bee

•cute as a kitten

Metaphor-a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable.

•He drowned in a sea of grief.

•She is fishing in troubled waters

Personification-the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something nonhuman, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form.

•The wind howled its mighty objection.

•The run down house appeared depressed

Imagery

visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a literary work.

See-Maybe it just sags like a heavy load Feel-Or fester like a sore Taste-Crust and sugar over- like a syrupy sweet Hear-Or does it explode Smell-Does it stink like rotten meat
The lines that truly showed me his moment of wealth and fame was a line were he stated "Now we sip champagne when we thirsty". Also when he says "puttin ' 5 karats in my baby girls ears". Meanwhile before the self he told how "it was all a dream" and how used to just "read Word Up magazine". Now he's living the life that he always thought was the "dream".

Personification

•The phone flashed a bright smile •All the box danced its way down the trash pile

the act of giving human characteristics to something nonhuman

Meaning

When eve at that peice of fruit long ago she set a "standard" for all women so we were treated bad so when she says we can turn it rightside up she means that we can prove that we are equal not one time can ruin it all. In audition she's a slave so she doesn't get respect like the others for starters. Then adding the fact she's a women shows how hard she's going to have it. Yet she proves that she can do as much as a man if not more,
He wants to die know that he's leaving this world doing what he has wanted to do and say what he has wanted to say. Dylan wants the world to change the history has made us think this is how everything has to be. "I don't know if I'm smart but think I can see- When someone is pullin' the wool over". Dylan is letting is letting us know that he can tell when someone's trying to change him or take him from his tracks but he will die being him and doing him.
I will not go gently into that night -Dylan Thomas Everyone dies for that little spot light. It's what we work for we always want to showcase what we can do but when you don't see that light your walking a dark path to your grave. Some people would do anything for but never get the opportunity to show it.
For women~talib kaweli||| He's telling about a slave who would do anything for her child to have freedom. She does want her child being raised into the mess that's happening to her. Or else her child would have to give up themselves to survive.
The message behind tupacs lyrics is to not stay silent speak up don't change don't let the world take you down."They punish people for askin question". They don't want you to know but these are things we need to do they're trying to take it away so we're defenseless. "to make it stop, study your lesson". Learn about what's happening don't just take everything how it is don't be scared ask questions because that's what their trying to keep you from doing ."After death, after my last breath- When will I finally rest". When will we get to stop fighting about everything just stop and never have to stress again about what's happening now and days.
For me it has a different meaning because sometimes I have times where I'm not actually their it's more of a "fake" me talking my place because slowly over the years my soul has died. So when she states"Now life has killed the dream I dreamed". I related it to how life killed my dream. The dream of being me and being happy

Haiku

a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five, traditionally evoking images of the natural world.

Where do I belong

That is what I ask myself

Will we ever know

Slang

Informal usage in vocabulary and idiom that is characteristically more metaphorical

Why do you always push me away and say gtfo- when all I want to do is help tbh

Just let me help oml

Autobiography Poem

Ramallah

Brown eyes,Stubborn, Creative, Black hair

Sibling of two brothers and one sister

Love the concept of trying new things

I fear losing it all

But I still give each day all I got

I want to see everything again at least one more time

Residents of the ride of life

Enueshike

Epitaphs

a phrase or statement written in memory of a person who has died, especially as an inscription on a tombstone.

Me:

You should really play me on 8ball

To bad once you send it you'll realize

You signed your self up for that L

Dad:

Wonder why he took you away

Oh maybe it's because he wants to be around you

Really wish he didn't take you though

Look if you read it from the side

Dad you'll realize you were my world

Zendeya:

You always did dance pretty good

But I wish you would've leaped over that grave your in

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