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Following poetic devices have been used in the poem "The Laburnum Top" written by Ted Hughes - 1. Alliteration :- “(S)eptember s()unlight”, "a (s)uddeness, a (s)tartlement", "the whole (t)ree (t)rembles", "(w)histle-chirrup (w)hispering. 2. Simile: "then sleek as a lizard" 3. Metaphor: “a machine stRead more
These words (youth I do adore thee) are spoken by a maiden in this poem. "Adore" means "love", "thee" means "you". The maiden says that he she loves youth because love is young a person must be young in order to be in love. An old person cannot fall in love.