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Which of the following contributes to strong imagery in a poem? A. rhythm B. repetition C. alliteration D. metaphor
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User: Which of the following contributes to strong imagery in a poem? A. rhythm B. repetition C. alliteration D. metaphor

Weegy: A simile states that one object is like another.
Alliteration is the repetition of initial sounds in words that follow each other.



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