Gifted+Talented English-(Figurative Speech Poetry)

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Our assignment is to write a poem on each of the types of figurative speech.


I have completed every one of them except understatement and paradox. I understand what they are. I just can't seem to figure out how to incorporate them into a poem. Can you help give me some ideas?

Thanks so much!

  • Gifted+Talented English-(Figurative Speech Poetry) -

    An understatement states that something is less than it really is.

    When I went outside without a coat in 10-degree weather, I felt a little chilly.

    Albert Einstein was kind of smart.


    "A seemingly contradictory statement that may nonetheless be true: the paradox that standing is more tiring than walking."

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  • Gifted+Talented English-(Figurative Speech Poetry) -

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  • Gifted+Talented English-(Figurative Speech Poetry) -

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    Thanks. Hope you get an A.

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