Personification is giving human characteristics to objects, ideas, or even concepts.
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The chair is noisy.
The chair always creaks in protest when I sit down.
The wind is loud.
The wind howled angrily outside.
EXAMPLES AND WRITING PROMPTS
The deer stared at me cautiously, daring me to walk deeper into the forest.
Prompt: Have you ever felt like an animal was trying to tell you something? What was it saying?
The dark clouds threatened to open up and pour rain down on us.
Prompt: What’s your favorite type of weather? Use personification to describe it.
The rainbow after the storm watched over us, reminding us that it would all be okay.
Prompt: Have you ever seen a rainbow? How did it make you feel?
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