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    Question onomatopoeia

    The frost moon rose through the charcoal trees and

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    Re: onomatopoeia

    I can't see any onomatopoeia there.

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    Re: onomatopoeia

    ... just metaphor. Onomatopoeia is a word that sounds like what it represents-- the meowing of cats, or the tintinnabulation of the bells, bells, bells.

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