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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    We need suitable words to express out wonderful thoughts. Read Summary of The Wonderful Words Play Quiz on The Wonderful Words

    We need suitable words to express out wonderful thoughts.

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    You can free our thoughts from the prison of brain by telling them to others or by writting or by expressing them using suitable *words*.

    You can free our thoughts from the prison of brain by telling them to others or by writting or by expressing them using suitable *words*.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The line means that there are hundreds of beautiful thoughts in our minds. However, because of lack of words, we can never express them. Hence we should learn words so that no single thought may be forgotten. Read Summary of The Wonderful Words Play Quiz on The Wonderful Words

    The line means that there are hundreds of beautiful thoughts in our minds. However, because of lack of words, we can never express them. Hence we should learn words so that no single thought may be forgotten.

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    Suitable words should match with out thoughts so that we may be able to express them correctly. Read Summary of The Wonderful Words Play Quiz on The Wonderful Words

    Suitable words should match with out thoughts so that we may be able to express them correctly.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    We have beautiful thoughts in our minds. In order to express them, we need suitable words. This is why, the poet says that we need to learn words so that we may be able to suitable words for expressing our beautiful thoughts. Read Summary of The Wonderful Words Play Quiz on The Wonderful Words

    We have beautiful thoughts in our minds. In order to express them, we need suitable words. This is why, the poet says that we need to learn words so that we may be able to suitable words for expressing our beautiful thoughts.

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    Following poetic devices have been used in the poem The Wonderful Words: Metaphor: It is a poetic device which is used to make a comparison between two things that aren’t alike but do have something in common. e.g. “English is a wonderful game.” (here English language is referred to as game as it isRead more

    Following poetic devices have been used in the poem The Wonderful Words:

    Metaphor: It is a poetic device which is used to make a comparison between two things that aren’t alike but do have something in common. e.g. “English is a wonderful game.” (here English language is referred to as game as it is fun to learn English words), “from its prison” (here prison refers to the mind). Personification: It is the attribution of human characteristics to non-human things and animals. e.g. “Words are the food and dress of thought They give it its body and swing”. Here words are given human characteristics.

    Alliteration: It is the use of the same sound at the beginning of words that are close together. e.g. “want of a way”, “that they”, “come out clear”, “May be your mind.”

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Many of the loveliest things (beautiful thoughts) have not yet been said because we don't have words to express them. Read Summary of The Wonderful Words Play Quiz on The Wonderful Words

    Many of the loveliest things (beautiful thoughts) have not yet been said because we don’t have words to express them.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Our thoughts can come out clear and true using words. Read Summary of The Wonderful Words Play Quiz on The Wonderful Words

    Our thoughts can come out clear and true using words.

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    Mary O'Neill composed the poem The Wonderful Words. Read Summary of The Wonderful Words Play Quiz on The Wonderful Words

    Mary O’Neill composed the poem The Wonderful Words.

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