Lyric Poetry Red Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift's song "Red" is very joyful even though her words are sometimes gloomy because she misses what she use to have. She is speaking about someone who she can not forget because of all the good memories they have with each other. Taylor Swift 's use of similes, imagery and alliteration in her song "Red" helps portray the good and bad about loving someone that is not around any more. Taylor Swifts uses similes through out her writing to make you feel her happiness and struggles. "Loving him is like driving a new maserati down a dead end street," tells you that happiness was damaging her relationship. It be great to have a maserati just to have it, with no where to go but, it is hurting our earth. Loving him was unnecessary so it ended up hurting her. When Swift says, "Memorizing him was as easy as knowing all the words to your old favorite song," she shows how much she misses having this person around. When a song stops playing for a while but, then it comes on again and the mind still remembers all the words its like an old friend popping back into the mind. When the mind remembers someone they loved all of the good and bad memories with that person can be stuck in the head. Taylor Swift's similes are very meaningful and can make you feel mixed emotions. Imagery is used many different times through out the song and gives a dark but still happy mood. "Missing him was dark grey all alone," is very depressing because this person is gone. Now she is lonely because she feels like she is stuck in the dark all lone. Taylor Swift also says, "Losing him was blue like I never known." This is very gloomy because it is the saddest she has ever been. She did not even know she could feel this terrible. When she says, "Loving him was Red," it make the song much happier. It gives off this bright, cheerful mood...
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