In poetry, very often, there are lines in which the poet seems to talk directly to an absent person, an abstract idea, or a thing/object.
Such a tactic/device used by the poet is the Figure of Speech ‘Apostrophe’.
Twinkle, twinkle little star .........
Death! Where is thy sting?
O, Caveman! I wish I could live with you.
Now, complete the following, creating an example of an Apostrophe of your own.
Exams! I wish ______________________________
Exams! I wish you could be easier!