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Smile poetry & S structure stanzas verse M- meaning E rhyme / rhythem I~ imagery 7 message of the poem L~ language 02.02.22 pictures created in your head use of words / semantic fields effects how does the poem make feel? What is it trying to say title choice of words, grammar, syntax, enjambement, repetitions, pronouns adresses Analysis, Let our voices ring" Structure Visually this poem is not divided into stanzas though one could split them because of the different verse lengths. There are 41 verses in total. Message "Let our voices ring is a poem written by Efe Paul Azino related to the story of African tribes uniting through the years of colonialism. The author reflects on what has happened to Africa and dwells on the importance. of pushing through the lows of life. Imagery By using this specific rhetoric device the author contributes to making his message more memorable. The language he uses is particularly illustrative as seen in 11.3.f. "a million rainbow tongues pushing our songs through the wind". This metaphor refers to the hundreds Spoken in Nigeria it should of different languages each transmitting a story. Another fitting example would be "let them tell of sweat and fear: of backs bent to carry dreams too heavy for legs to bear". First and foremost the metaphor is still refering. to the stories of the African tribes. Their dreams were too ambitious which...

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resulted in them having to carry a heavy load. Secondly be noted that the verses in this poem typically don't rhyme however a few exceptions like here have been made. "Fear" and "bear" should rhyme because of their similar spelling. Nonetheless they are pronounced in different ways creating a visual link upon reading the poem. Other thymes such as "heat" and "defeat" (11. 14.f.) serve the same. purpose and bring back a piece of predictability. The metaphor of "our humanity woven into beautiful colors of difference and diversity" gives you an idea of how the author not only highlights their unity but their heterogenity as well. Furthermore Azino goes into detail elaborating why the stories are the reason for hope by making use of a metaphora. He reminds the readers that Africans had already overcome periods of desperation and hopelessness once and therefore could do it again (c.f. 28 f.). That is the sole reason why these stories cannot die down. Language Similar to this link the author emphasizes the bond between all Africans by using the personal pronoun "we" (c.f. 1.19). The fact that he does not mean the reader becomes evident throughout this piece. The places Soweto, Cairo, Lagas, Nairobi and more can be found in Africa (c.f. 11.6-14) and the languages mentioned in 1.30 are spoken all across the continent. Readers are meant to feel their cohesion as well as better understand their background. 32-34) The conspicuos usage of metaphors was chosen to create vivid imagery which leave more impressions than words without a deeper meaning. Paired with the altered repetition of "let our voices ring" (c.f. 11. 5-7, 12 f. or the dreams Cc.f. 11.38-42), these specific devices effectily reinforce the two main points of this poem. The absence of grammar allows the reader to read freely. This flow is only stopped for emphasis e.g. commas to signify the various languages Cc.f. 1.30) or a full-stop after "for we are people too" (1.37). A full stop pulls the attention to a statement and gives the audience time to think. Effects The poem effectively makes the reader think about Africa and all the struggles they had to go through. It does not seek sympathy but wants readers to understand and never to forget. Since Africa is still affected by colonialism the author evokes a feeling of hope to overcome these effects.

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Smile poetry & S structure stanzas verse M- meaning E rhyme / rhythem I~ imagery 7 message of the poem L~ language 02.02.22 pictures created in your head use of words / semantic fields effects how does the poem make feel? What is it trying to say title choice of words, grammar, syntax, enjambement, repetitions, pronouns adresses Analysis, Let our voices ring" Structure Visually this poem is not divided into stanzas though one could split them because of the different verse lengths. There are 41 verses in total. Message "Let our voices ring is a poem written by Efe Paul Azino related to the story of African tribes uniting through the years of colonialism. The author reflects on what has happened to Africa and dwells on the importance. of pushing through the lows of life. Imagery By using this specific rhetoric device the author contributes to making his message more memorable. The language he uses is particularly illustrative as seen in 11.3.f. "a million rainbow tongues pushing our songs through the wind". This metaphor refers to the hundreds Spoken in Nigeria it should of different languages each transmitting a story. Another fitting example would be "let them tell of sweat and fear: of backs bent to carry dreams too heavy for legs to bear". First and foremost the metaphor is still refering. to the stories of the African tribes. Their dreams were too ambitious which...

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resulted in them having to carry a heavy load. Secondly be noted that the verses in this poem typically don't rhyme however a few exceptions like here have been made. "Fear" and "bear" should rhyme because of their similar spelling. Nonetheless they are pronounced in different ways creating a visual link upon reading the poem. Other thymes such as "heat" and "defeat" (11. 14.f.) serve the same. purpose and bring back a piece of predictability. The metaphor of "our humanity woven into beautiful colors of difference and diversity" gives you an idea of how the author not only highlights their unity but their heterogenity as well. Furthermore Azino goes into detail elaborating why the stories are the reason for hope by making use of a metaphora. He reminds the readers that Africans had already overcome periods of desperation and hopelessness once and therefore could do it again (c.f. 28 f.). That is the sole reason why these stories cannot die down. Language Similar to this link the author emphasizes the bond between all Africans by using the personal pronoun "we" (c.f. 1.19). The fact that he does not mean the reader becomes evident throughout this piece. The places Soweto, Cairo, Lagas, Nairobi and more can be found in Africa (c.f. 11.6-14) and the languages mentioned in 1.30 are spoken all across the continent. Readers are meant to feel their cohesion as well as better understand their background. 32-34) The conspicuos usage of metaphors was chosen to create vivid imagery which leave more impressions than words without a deeper meaning. Paired with the altered repetition of "let our voices ring" (c.f. 11. 5-7, 12 f. or the dreams Cc.f. 11.38-42), these specific devices effectily reinforce the two main points of this poem. The absence of grammar allows the reader to read freely. This flow is only stopped for emphasis e.g. commas to signify the various languages Cc.f. 1.30) or a full-stop after "for we are people too" (1.37). A full stop pulls the attention to a statement and gives the audience time to think. Effects The poem effectively makes the reader think about Africa and all the struggles they had to go through. It does not seek sympathy but wants readers to understand and never to forget. Since Africa is still affected by colonialism the author evokes a feeling of hope to overcome these effects.