The Snake In The Grass Ap Language

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From the beginning of human time, snakes and serpents have been a symbol of evil power and chaos from the underworld, as well as a symbol of fertility, life and healing. A great deal of snakes are considered to be evil and bitter, but, most are friendly, such as a garter snake. For example, our world today is full of unexpected, corrupt and malicious entities that desire to gain possession over our country, right of religion and freedom of speech and second amendments. However, in the filthy and corrupt system in the United States and various other countries, such as Iraq and Syria, for example, the option to stand up and to oppress evil power should be ever-so justified. The people of our nation should not evil and distasteful powers of this world overcome us, but, we, as powerful, mighty and strong willed individuals, overcome fear, as a…show more content…
For example, in the first one to two lines, the speaker uses visual, olfactory, tactile, auditory and kinesthetic images to captivate its prospective reading audience. These lines state, “I’d screamed when it slithered down my hand/ as I leaned to pick the first ripe blueberry. This particular text implies that the speaker heard and saw the motion of the snake as it slithered and as she smelt and picked up the first ripe blueberry in the garden. Next, the speaker uses visual imagery, in lines ten through twelve. The speaker states, “I wanted to be someone who doesn’t scare,/ who can’t be shaken, so I wanted no witnesses/ to this paradigm in the garden.” This statement, by the speaker, implies that the woman wanted to be fearless instead of fearful and she wanted to be firm in her stance and ways of life, instead of acting in an insecure fashion. Finally, the speaker uses visual and kinesthetic imagery, in lines twenty-three through twenty- eight. For example, the speaker
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