Poem Analysis Of Baseball

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Which of these poems do you think makes the most effective use of sound devices? The poem I think has the most effective use of sound devices is the poem “Analysis of Baseball”. The poem “Analysis of Baseball” by May Swenson uses many different kinds of sound devices and more often than the other poems. “Ball bounces off bat”9649). The author here uses the sound device of alliteration. “thuds ground (dud)”(649). Uses a very excellent example of onomatopoeia where in the other poems there were no onomatopoeias. “Bat waits for ball to mate. Ball hates to take bat's bait. Ball flirts, bat's late, don't keep the date.” (649). The authors here use the most common and effective sound device of rhyming with the ending of the words, waits, mate,
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