The Poetic Devices In Alanis Morsiette's "Ironic"

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February 28, 2017

 

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The metaphors are typically right to the point; they do not usually require excessive thought. She also does not have a rhyme scheme in her poem; she seems to focus mainly of repetition. The speaker of this poem is a person who seems to have an abundance of life experience. She is also frustrated with the things in life that never go right even though it appears that they should...
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By naming it "ironic" it shows the life themes. Everything in this poem is some sort of contrast. "It's like rain on your wedding day" That is a perfect life contrast because it is the common thought that it rains during a funeral not a wedding, therefore saying that the wedding is doomed form the beginning...
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