Bayonet Charge.

State the first line of the poem and what technique is used?
'suddenly he awoke and was running'- metaphor.
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What technique is used in 'bullets smacking the belly out of the air'?
Onomatopoeia and an active and violent verb.
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what does the vulta at the end of the first line in the second stanza do?
changes the pace of the poem.
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Give the quote that demonstrates the mechanical side of war.
'cold clockwork of the stars'.
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Give the triplet that shows patriotism.
'King,Honor,Human Dignity'.
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What quote demonstrates the soldier turning into a weapon himself?
'His terrors touchy dynamite'.
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What quote portrays gun fire through onomatopoeia?
'Blue crackling air'.
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What does the quote 'like a man who has jumped up in the dark' portray?
Metaphorical darkness to show the soldiers do not know what they are running into.
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What technique is used in 'bullets smacking the belly out of the air'?

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Onomatopoeia and an active and violent verb.

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what does the vulta at the end of the first line in the second stanza do?

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Give the quote that demonstrates the mechanical side of war.

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Card 5

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Give the triplet that shows patriotism.

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