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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperbole

Hyperbole is the use of exaggeration as a rhetorical device or figure of speech. In rhetoric, it is also sometimes known as auxesis ( lit. "growth"). In poetry and ...

www.mywordwizard.com/poems-with-hyperbole.html

The Poems with Hyperbole Collection from the writers at My Word Wizard explores this ... However, the larger point is that this man has a fairly sizable ego that ...

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We are all prone to exaggerate at times. Hyperbole Poems from the writers at My Word Wizard take it to the next level with a playful collection of poetry written in ...

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George Gordon, Lord Byron was a Romantic poet and used hyperbole often. One example shows up in his "She Walks in Beauty," which reads, "She walks in ...

www.poetrysoup.com/poems/hyperbole

PoetrySoup is a great resource for examples of hyperbole poems or a list of hyperbole poetry. These examples show what hyperbole poems look like. There is ...

literarydevices.net/hyperbole

It does make a comparison but unlike simile and metaphor, hyperbole has a humorous effect created by ... From W.H Auden's poem “As I Walked One Evening”,.

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Hyperbole Cafe is a fun poem for teaching kids about using exaggeration in their ..... Contains the defintions of metaphor, simile, personification, onomotapia, ...

www.literarydevices.com/hyperbole

Thus, “literally” has become one of the primary ways to exaggerate and ... Hyperbole is most often found in poetry, as poets use it to make comparisons and  ...

angelaspoems.com/category/figurative-poems/hyperbole

Poems which include some element of hyperbole. ... This highlighted version of my Seaside Senses poem shows the examples of metaphors, personification, ...

www.poetryfoundation.org/learn/glossary-terms/hyperbole

Hyperbole. A figure of speech composed of a striking exaggeration. For example, see James Tate's lines “She scorched you with her radiance” or “He was more ...