Megafaun Poem Analysis

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Biodiversity in simple terms means living things. This relates to megafauna because they once were living things that roamed around the planet. There were different species of megafauna living in different parts of the world which relates to the diversity of megafauna.
The audience that would be interested in my brick would be anyone who has an interest in megafauna. For example historians, they study events or objects in the past and megafauna is an animal that is famous for its history. There are a wide range of megafauna that have an interesting past which is hard to discover without historians. Palaeontologist might also be interested because they study the bones and structure of animals. There are megafauna bones that have been fossilized around the world and are waiting for palaeontologists to find out more about them and their history. When they do find the bones they are able to discover more
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For example, “Giant Godly Grizzly beasts” is an alliteration because it’s a repetition of sounds, in my poem the letter G is repeated. The alliteration allowed me to describe megafauna and give the audience a better understanding of the animals. An onomatopoeia is also used in the sentence, “their roar echoes like the wind” because roar is the sound that represents megafauna and allows the reader to hear what’s happening. A simile is also present because the words “echoes like the wind” is comparing one thing to another. In that sentence I’m comparing roaring to the wind. I think this brings interest to the reader because they will be thinking of how they compare. “Today they are like stars watching us from above” it’s a figure of speech which isn’t possible because megafauna aren’t stars but I’m explaining that their extinct and aren’t on the planet anymore. I think metaphors are also good for gaining interest because the audience will have to think of how they go together and

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