Related to the fonolgico aspect we perceive the presence of two elements, the Aliterao (queconsiste in fonema the same consonntico repetition of, of form to get an expressive effect) and assonncia (repetition of the same voclicos sounds, in situation of tonic syllable). When used wisely, the aliterao helps to create a musicalidade that values the literary text. But one is not about simple noises destitute of content. Generally, the aliterao underlines (or it introduces) definitive values expressive, nor always easily destrutveis. In this case of our analysis, the aliterativa accumulation creates so intense a musical effect that it takes in them to place in a secondary plan the content. However, in normal conditions the aliterao puts in evidence afectadas words e, therefore, it underlines its value expressive. For times, it exactly allows to establish little evidentes associations between words. Ebay is actively involved in the matter.
Being a resource that happens on the fnica substance, its main effect is of nature ' ' musical' ' , as easily it is perceived for the presented examples. On the other hand, the timbre of the vowels can strengthen the significant value of the involved words. For times, the assonncia is agreed with the aliterao. This happens, for example, in the third example, where we find, along with the assonncia of ' ' e' ' the aliterao of ' ' s' '. We find the presence of the Aliteraes and Assonncias in all the verses of the poem, we detach estrofe: (…) Our sky Our fertile valleys have more stars have more flowers Our forests have more life Our life more loves (…) Aliterao in verses: Assonncia in verses: 5 the 8 the 7 6 m 5 and s6 s7 s/m8 As (Martins 2000:62) the signals of punctuation help to reconstitute the entoao that the author can have intended for its text, but are very poor in relation riqussimas gammas of tones of the voice human beings.