✨📿🙏🏼 Happy Losar!! The Tibetan New Year, we celebrated by hanging prayer flags at the Dalai Lama Monastery in McLeod Ganj and spinning prayer wheels… Epic views, such a magic place ✨🙏🏼😘 thanks for an amazing day love @youonlyalways /// #youonlyalways #happynewyear #prayer #mediation #tibet #incredibleindia #sun #mountains #nature #wanderlust #peace #adventure #awareness #beauty #buddhism #compassion #dharma #nomad #pure #respect #snow #temple #travel #flag #celebrate (at Mcleod Ganj, Dhramsala, India)
They used to say they’re too old for Hot Wheels. I AM NOT TOO OLD FOR HOT WHEELS! Ok that escalated so quickly! I love Hot Wheels myself! If I can have a toy room, it would be filled with die cast cars, train tracks, a Barbie House and Mega Bloks!
Buuut my kids think Hot Wheels is not for them anymore! Well not until last Christmas. Days before their Christmas Party, students were asked to write…
I have chosen prompt #2, regarding the literary devices used in Sir Gawain and The Green Knight. I chose this because the literary devices are used repeatedly in the short story to create visuals for readers, and help the narrator or storyteller include all aspects and important details. Because the Pearl Poet uses many different literary techniques, there are multiple techniques to analyze throughout the entire short story.
Bob and Wheel
Epic Description and Imagery
The Pearl Poet uses literary devices throughout Sir Gawain and The Green Knight, such as the Bob and Wheel tactic and Epic Description to ensure the readers clear images through the duration of the short story.