Figures of speech is a poetic device which is used in a language to produce a greater effect on the reader or the listener.
Types of Figures of Speech -
Simile - It is a figure of speech by which one thing, action is compared, often with as or like, to something of different kind or quality.
Example- I wandered lonely as a cloud.
Her words are sweet like honey.
Metaphor - It is an implied simile.Here two things are treated as one which comparing them.
Example- She is an old flame.
He is Silent as the grave.
Personification An inanimate object is likened to or spoken of as a person.
Example- Opportunity knocks at the door but once.
Experience is the best teacher.
Apostrophe - It is a direct address to made a person or a thing or an abstract idea or imaginary object.
Example- "O Romeo,Romeo wherefore art though Romeo."
"I'm planning to write a book someday."