Even if you didn’t know there was a name for it, you’ve probably used assonance in your writing or read it in a body of work. Assonance is the repetition of vowel sounds across a line of text to achieve rhythm.
Alliteration refers to when two words in the same sentence start with the same sound. Usually, those two words will start with the same letter, though that isn’t always the case.
Personification is a fancy word to describe when writers ascribe human qualities to something that isn’t human. It’s a literary device commonly found in children’s literature.
If you are reading this, then the chances are that you have been a victim of accidentally sending an iMessage and hope to protect yourself in the future.