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By Spidey Williams

Whenever I write my lifestyles tale, it comes out how i believe yet no longer constantly what I see. each time i glance within the reflect, it exhibits me all i will by no means conceal uncooked & uncensored. It supplies fact to me. what number folks have an alias pen identify, nickname that we're referred to as, except our start identify? You don't need to bring up your hand or nod your head, yet not less than try and smile no matter if it's demanding. i used to be bred & raised a Christian, yet i believe i'm much less of a guy & extra of a God. each poem I write at the very least one individual like, however the ones written in sorrow & blood, humans always remember & strangely love. It's not easy for me to bleed externally whilst I've been bleeding internally in view that i used to be born. by means of age 11 I had thirteen knowledge enamel, & medical professionals name me outstanding, by means of 14 i used to be suspended 15 occasions in years, facts known as me traditional! through 17 i used to be significant back, from publishing my first poetry booklet, results of heartbroken. must have instructed the witch physician by no means heal me, should've congratulated Cupid, for failing back, must have went to each wishing good, & retrieved each penny for my innovations, rather than publishing my first poetry publication, entitled, "Poems From The Heart"

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This vowel is called 'schwa' and virtually never stressed. A as in bud Note 13:1 and I;}I are both half-close vowels. The only difference is of length. The vowel I AI is half-open. The Sounds of English 35 Back Vowels The following vowels are formed by raising the back part of the tongue towards the soft palate (velum). They are also listed in order from close to open. Try this sequence too and you will feel the back part of the tongue getting lower and lower. u: u ;): o a: as as as as as in booed in hood in board in hod in bard Diphthongs l.

5 I 1 2 3 4 5 6 To find the words, transgress what friends expect. We need a language as subtle-sour as tears that stung to see the miners sent ahead defeated banner high, to lead the Londoners: how cheap the cheer we gave, as we resigned them to the sad safe storage of history. At the end of Chapter 1 we saw how the iambic pentameter 'set' in this passage gradually transformed itself into the four stress sprung rhythm of line 6. Now we can see how the build-up to line 6 is supported by alliteration from line 3 on.

3. 4. 5. ' Nothing moved even outside nothing stirred. 1. 2. 3. 4. 'Understand, I can't explain it more'. Again the silent afternoon the fear on her neck. 1. 2. 3. 4. And slowly she watched his eyes move slowly back the book trembling - briefly in the heat. The most striking sound pattern in this poem is the consonance of the velar stops /k/, / g/ (with the voiceless /k/ being more prominent): In verse 1: 'looked', 'book'; verse 2: 'look', 'looked' 'garden' 'japonica'; verse 3: 'spoke' 'again'; verse 4: 'can't', 'explain' (/eksplem/), 'again', 'neck'; verse 5: 'back', 'book'.

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