Magbigay ng 2 haiku na tagalog na may ponemang suprasegmental

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  • Réponse publiée par: jemuelpogi

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    here is an example of a simile poem "your teeth" by denise rogers drawing a comparison between teeth and stars:

    "your teeth are like stars;

    they come out at night.

    they come back at dawn

    when they're ready to bite."

    simile poems can be about any topic or emotion, and be silly or serious. here's denise rogers again with "your feet." this time, she's having a little bit of fun imagining the stench of smelly feet.

    "your feet smell so bad

    just like limburger cheese

    that i'm holding my nose tight

    between my two knees."

    this devotional simile poem by an unknown author describes the feeling of having good friends by likening them to chocolate cake:

    "friends are like chocolate cake

    you can never have too many.

    chocolate cake is like heaven -

    always amazing you with each taste or feeling.

    chocolate cake is like life with so many different pieces.

    chocolate cake is like happiness, you can never get enough of it."

    famous simile poems

    a simile poem, or in this case, a classic nursery rhyme, that everyone may know is "twinkle twinkle: "

    "twinkle, twinkle little star,

    how i wonder what you are

    up above the world so high,

    like a diamond in the sky."

    in "a lady" amy lowell brings the description of a woman to life with similes:

    "you are beautiful and faded

    like an old opera tune

    played upon a harpsichord;

    or like the sun-flooded silks

    of an eighteenth-century boudoir."

    robert burns used similes to describe love beautifully in "a red, red rose: "

    "o my luve's like a red, red rose

    that's newly sprung in june;

    o my luve's like the melodie

    that's sweetly played in tune."

    "simile" by n. scott momaday is one of the few poems where the entire poem is a simile, here comparing people to deer:

    "what did we say to each other

    that now we are as the deer

    who walk in single file

    with heads high

    with ears forward

    with eyes watchful

    with hooves always placed on firm ground

    in whose limbs there is latent flight"

    "the base stealer" by robert francis is also chock full of similes:

    "poised between going on and back, pulled

    both ways taut like a tightrope-walker,

    fingertips pointing the opposites,

    now bouncing tiptoe like a dropped ball

    or a kid skipping rope, come on, come on,

    running a scattering of steps sidewise,

    how he teeters, skitters, tingles, teases,

    taunts them, hovers like an ecstatic bird,

    he's only flirting, crowd him, crowd him,

    delicate, delicate, delicate, delicate-now! "

    poems depict all emotions. you can feel the fear and confusion in these lines from the simile poem "greater than that" by joyce garacci:

    "like a bruised, little bird

    too confused to fly,

    i'm trapped, in a word,

    so confined am i.

    a captive, collared lion

    alone in its pen,

    i'm pacin' and dyin'

    in a manmade den.

    for an eagle was not meant

    to be locked in a cage,

    its life to be spent

    like a picture on a page."

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  • Réponse publiée par: kambalpandesal23

    answer:

    puso or feelings

    explanation:

    maramdaman mo yung kailangan mong maramdaman kung may feelings ka, opinion lang

  • Réponse publiée par: nelspas422
    Marhay na salamat sa imong tabang
  • Réponse publiée par: dorothy13
    Teoryang humanismo po.
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