Literary termsExplain Love in Literary terms.
There are many ways you can use literary terms to describe love. Here are just a few:
Hyperbole: Love makes me want to shout from the mountain tops.
Simile: Love is like a million butterflies fluttering in my stomach.
Onomotopeia: Love makes my heart beat so loud I can hear it pound, "boom-boom, boom-boom."
Allusion: It was as if I was hit with Cupid's arrow.
What a wonderful question. Love, in literary terms, is:
-an emotional roller-coaster which propels you forward only to bring you to a complete stop later. (metaphor)
-a personal pact with a partner. (alliteration)
-a wave of water which brings goosebumps to the flesh. (imagery and alliteration)
-hugging my heart. (personification)
Love is like a river rushing over my soul. (simile)
Love lasts forever and is lovely. (alliteration)
Love takes my breath away. (hyperbole)
Love triumphs! (personification)
Romantic love is a metaphor for all the things that make your heart swell and make you feel alive.
Love is everything beautiful in the world. (synecdoche)