Infographic Template Galleries

Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 RainBy: Kazim Ali Milagros Fabian Poetical devices With thick strokes of ink the sky fills with rain.Pretending to run for cover but secretly praying for more rain.Over the echo of the water, I hear a voice saying my name.No one in the city moves under the quick sightless rain.The pages of my notebook soak, then curl. Ive written:Yogis opened their mouths for hours to drink the rain.The sky is a bowl of dark water, rinsing your face.The window trembles; liquid glass could shatter into rain.I am a dark bowl, waiting to be filled.If I open my mouth now, I could drown in the rain.I hurry home as though someone is there waiting for me.The night collapses into your skin. I am the rain. This poem has 4 pieces of imagery and a metaphor.In the imagery the author is trying to create a picture in our minds.Hes showing us what the figurative language looks like. In the metaphor the author is comparing the night collapsing to his skin.(Figurative language pointed out.) Analysis:The author Kazim Ali is reflecting his childhood memories. It seems like the author was a child that did not really have a lot of center of attention. It also seems like he felt alone as he was growing up. Sctructure:This poem has no rhyme scheme or rhymes at all.The poem has in total 6 stanzas and in those 6 stanzas each stanza has 2 lines. The poem has almost every sentence ending with the word rain.
Create Your Free Infographic!