What Is a Idiom Poem?

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In poetry, idiom refers to words, phrases, or patterns of expression. Examples of Idiomatic Expressions include; 'Between a rock and a hard place 'Meaning - In a very difficult situation when any resolution will be unpleasant, ' Drop someone a line ' Meaning - To write to someone and ' Blow your top ' Meaning - To lose your temper
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it is a poem with idioms in the poem such as a cat got your tongue or u got a chip on ur shoulder. A poem that has idioms within it. For Example. I was nuts about a scarlet woman.
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The largest idiom that Edgar Allen Poe uses in the Raven is
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I've never seen a purple cow. I hope I never see one. But if there is a purple cow, I'd rather see than be one.
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it doesnt have to be that funny just makes sense. ANSWER: Answer by jessetfan I don’t know if this is what you’re talking about, Poem of English Pronunciation by Gerald
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An idiom is a phrase that does whose words do not match up with their exact definitions. When they were first said, they were fresh and clever, but now they have become cliched. Avoid using them in poetry.
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