Christmas Poetic Devices

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Who has not heard the song “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year”? The song “It’s

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” is a popular and joyful song wrote in 1963, this song

represents Christmas, “The most wonderful time of the year”. Now day this song is a traditional

song, heard in Christmas. The use of poetic device impacts the song makes you imagine every

word Andy Williams it’s singing. Onomatopoeia, imagery, and repetition are some of the poetic

devices that are used on this song. For example Imagery, “There’ll be much mistletoeing and

hearts will be glowing when love ones are near” this line makes you imagine what is going to

happen in a party on Christmas time.

Christmas it’s absolutely the happiest season of all.

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