In literature, most writers meticulously integrate imagery to let readers see and wander around the experiences of the characters in novels and stories. Readers can even see how the characters feel sad, get hurt, smell the freshly baked bread with hot cheesy peanut butter, and touch the hands of the innocent child. They can, as well, see the lavish green mosses sprouted on the huge stones settled down along the bushy and hilly roads toward the palace in the middle of the jungle. Upon reading these words, readers can create an inviting scenery of travel back home. All of these vivid images and symbols are imagery to help readers see what authors want them to see. Because of this, imagery enters into the readers’ consciousness. For that reason, imagery is the artistic, creative, and intuitive depiction of the visual images and symbols through the use of figurative language pooled with vivid human senses, feeling, movement, sight, smell, sound, taste, and touch.