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How do poets use imagery, connotation,and denotation to contribute to tone in a poem?

I don't really understand tone and such, if someone could explain?

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  1. http://www.dummies.com/education/language-arts/poetry/understanding-the-tone-of-a-poem/

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  2. 'Dummies . com'

    I see how it is.. :P

    Just kidding , thank you, I'll take a look

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  3. I've used a lot of "Dummies" books.

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  4. Okay, here's an answer I've types up, if you can check it please?

    Poets use these elements to help express the feelings they are trying to get through to the reader. if they are meaning it to be sad, they may describe something that would appeal to your sense of smell (for example the smell of rain may make readers said). if they're trying to make he happy they made described chalk which would appeal to the touch and sight.

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