Any language of the world is always strewn and decked with many grammatical Sabbaths. There are generally two parts of the language that is used in daily lives. The first part is the literal usage and the literal meaning. The second part is the poetic usage and the poetic meaning. In the first part, we take the regularities of the language into consideration. That means the usage of grammatically correct words and the practice of proper construction of sentences as per the written grammar rules is called the literal usage of the language. On the other hand, when a person expresses something in the poetic manner that is if he or she decorates the words with comparisons, exaggerations, descriptions and so on, then he or she is bound to use certain rhetorical devices which are called figures of speech.