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ForYou by Kenny Lattimore

Literatureuses rhetoric elements to present persuading arguments. KennyLattimore released the song “For You” in 1996. In the song, theartist highlights the usage of rhetoric to support the argument forlove and fidelity. The singer uses the appeal to logos, pathos, andethos to communicate his message to an audience that valuesaffection. Besides pathos and logic, Lattimore exploited his vocalisttalent to present the song in the context of a shared humanisticculture. The essay explores how Lattimore’s song “For You”expresses the theme of love and fidelity by using logos, ethos, andappeal to emotion.

Lattimoreapplies the appeal to emotion to convince the audience to believe inthe value of love. He communicates to an audience that equallybelieves in the expression of affection. Therefore, Lattimore playswith the emotions of the listeners to highlight their share emotions.“For you I share the cup of love that overflows/ And anyone whoknows us knows/ I would change all faults I have” (Lattimore 1).The artist uses pathos to confess a change of attitude and confessesto sacrifice all his faults for the sake of passion. Lattimore’ssong targets young adults who are likely to express similar adorationremarks.

“ForYou” is an American wedding song that celebrates the power of loveto change hearts of people by impressing a caring attitude.Lattimore’s creativity to communicate humanistic feelings thataffect his generation through R&ampB song is widely acknowledged inthe musical sector. While the singer started his music career back inhigh school, he dedicated his vocalist talent to various bands beforestarting a solo career. In 1996, he released his debut album thatfeatured among other songs, “For You”, which won the NAACP ImageAward in 1996. The musical career background makes Lattimore acredible musician. Lattimore uses Ethos to defend the conviction toexpress passion as a shared culture across all generations.

Althoughthe entire song contains emotional imagery, Lattimore uses the appealto logos to assert the theme of intimacy. Logos highlights themeaning and significance of fidelity in the development of fondnessbetween two people. “For you I make the promise of fidelity/ Nowand for eternity/ No one could replace this vow” (Lattimore 1). Thequote shows that the persona is willing to sacrifice all other thingsfor the sake of deep friendship. Furthermore, Lattimore emphasizesthe fact that fidelity is pillar of love that demands for sacrifice.

Inconclusion, Lattimore uses pathos, logos, and ethos to argue foraffectionate feelings that stimulates a caring attitude. The appealto pathos reveals romantic feelings as a collective social psychethat affects all cultures. Furthermore, the artist uses logos todemonstrate the fact that fidelity is a pillar that supports love.Indeed, Lattimore remains a celebrated vocalist with creativityskills to express humanistic feelings from an authoritative andcredible point of view.

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DescriptiveWriting on an Object

Theever-shinning object remains permanently rooted to human civilizationand all come to withhold its foundations in awe. Desert sands andlimestone blocks surround the entire object. Blocks of stone stackedone on top of another towards the heavens. Huge boulders of rocklitter about the object, some crashed into half or smaller pieces.Hence, walking requires negotiating the big obstacles to go aroundthe object.

Theodor of iron and ancient world still lingers inside the object, butthe diffusing smell of sand is much stronger during the heat of theday in the outside. Presence of the contemporary life around theobject creates a mixture of odors. The air smells cool in theinterior, but very hot in the exterior.

Aperson can hear almost nothing in the depth of the object, but theoutside is represents the opposite with bustling activities ofanimals and people talking. An observer can hear the flickeringsounds of new technology like cameras recording events happeningaround and inside the object. Deafening silence of the night is knownin the corridors that extend below the earth’s surface in theinterior.

Thetexture of the object is very rough and realistic with deep andshallow cuts due to erosion. Workers’ tools for cutting thebuilding blocks created the rough texture. Moreover, the ageingprocess has also made the surface feeling of most stones on theoutside rougher compared to the interior walls.

Theentire object maintains the taste of limestone, salt, and minerals.Colors used in the interior taste different minerals while sand isthe predominant taste in the exterior. However, the walls have alimestone and salty taste that reveals the material that is used tobuild the object.

Thesight of the structure impresses a permanent visual record in thememory of the observer. An insect view reveals a towering object, butthe birds’ view presents a flattened image of a many right-angledobjects inscribed in a huge square. A triangle side view confuses theobserver so that one must walk around the four corners to grasp theshape of the object.