Personification Super Hero
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Preston the Personified Pebble
Personification is using traditionally human characteristics to describe nonhuman objects. Even though I'm a pebble I can talk, fight crime and wear fabulous capes.
Preston's human attributes allow him to come alive in the eyes of the reader to fight crime
OH NO! Mayor Dreary is trying to give a speech but its awful. Let's spruce it up with some Personification.
Trees, our closest and dearest friends, are our most important natural resource. They are made of wood, the engineers of the world. Wood can be made into a variety of products. Some of which are furniture, houses and toothpicks. However, Wood can also be made into paper, the messengers of our society. When I first heard this, I was skeptical, but it's true. Paper is a very important product in our society. Writers and artists have greatly benefited from the invention of paper. With only some paper and a pen or pencil, a writer can produce stories and poems that can captivate and sing to their readers. They can also write down historical facts about their society. Artists use paper for their drawling and paintings. They can also use canvas. Drawings and paintings can be beautiful, and be able to tell stories to the viewer. They can depict a wide variety of subjects, including flowers, animals, landscapes, and people. They can be realistic or impressionistic. Some paintings also attempt to convey emotions merely by the way colors are combined and the brushstrokes are applied.This is a modern or contemporary approach to art. Many people think that approach does not require much talent as realistic styles. In conclusion paper is one of our most important resources that we cannot bear to live without.
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