Stereo Hearts Poem

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1. In the song, Stereo Hearts written by Gym Class Heroes includes many similes. An example of this is “You never know we come and go like on the interstate.” This is an example of a simile because this phrase uses “like”. In addition, the meaning of this lyric is that love comes and go like on a freeway. In the other poem, A Red, Red Rose written by Robert Burns has many metaphors, too. For instance, “while the sands o'life shall run”. This phrase means while he is alive and this is an example of a metaphor because it uses the hourglass to measure the sand.
2.In A Red, Red Rose, an example of extraggration is “Till a’ the seas gang dry, my dear, And the rocks melt wi’ the sun: I will luve thee still, my dear, While the sands o’ life shall run”. The narrator isn’t going to be alive when the sun melts the rocks. This means no matter what happens or how long time passed, he will still love her. In Stereo Hearts, an example of exaggeration
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In the last stanza of the poem, A Red, Red Rose, the lovers will soon to be parted. I believe that this would make their love even stronger. Their feelings toward each other would be solid because he would have to leave soon. Another example of what may happen is when he leaves, the girl may not like him anymore and may find another soulmate. The cause of this separation may be a death or the narrator may be going to war.
6. Stereo Hearts may be presented as a song, but it is written like a poem. Stereo Hearts has many elements of a poem. Stereo Hearts’ first sentence contains the metaphor “My heart's a Stereo”. In the line “Just keep it struck inside your head, like your favorite tune,” the artist uses simile to show how much he wants her to love him. Other elements such as personification and repetition were also shown. The most recognisable feature when one listens to the song is probably the slant rhyme, though not perfect, the words still sound similar to each other as it is in a poem. The song is even divided into
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