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  1. The poem is divided into three stanzas, each with a variable number of lines of varying lengths. Free verse is used in the poem. A poem written in free verse does not have a set meter, rhyme scheme, or melodic structure.   On Friendship Summary

    The poem is divided into three stanzas, each with a variable number of lines of varying lengths. Free verse is used in the poem. A poem written in free verse does not have a set meter, rhyme scheme, or melodic structure.

     

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  1. Simile- A figure of speech in which one object is compared to another of a different sort in order to make a description more strong or vivid. For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain. Metaphor- A figure of speech inRead more

    1. Simile- A figure of speech in which one object is compared to another of a different sort in order to make a description more strong or vivid. For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain.
    2. Metaphor- A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is used to describe an item or activity that it does not literally describe. He is your field which you sow with love and reap. And he is your board and your fireside.
    3. Imagery- Imagery is figurative language or visual symbolism that elicits a mental image. If he must know the ebb of your tide, let him know its flood also. As the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain.

     

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  1. The sole objective of friendship should be to strengthen the spirit. Don't give your "hours meant to kill" to a friend. Give your best—your "hours to live"—to your friend. Allow the warmth of friendship to rejuvenate you.   On Friendship Summary

    The sole objective of friendship should be to strengthen the spirit. Don’t give your “hours meant to kill” to a friend. Give your best—your “hours to live”—to your friend. Allow the warmth of friendship to rejuvenate you.

     

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    Alliteration- The repeating of similar starting consonant sounds in subsequent or closely linked syllables is known as alliteration. e.g, I am the beam that holds your house, The board of your table, the bed on which you lie, And the timber that builds your Synecdoche- Synecdoche is a sort of metonyRead more

    • Alliteration- The repeating of similar starting consonant sounds in subsequent or closely linked syllables is known as alliteration. e.g, I am the beam that holds your house, The board of your table, the bed on which you lie, And the timber that builds your
    • Synecdoche- Synecdoche is a sort of metonymy in which a term for a portion of something is used to refer to the entire item. E.g, I am the bread of kindness.
    • Metaphor- A metaphor is a figure of speech that explicitly alludes to one thing by referencing another for rhetorical effect. E.g, I am the heat of your hearth, I am the beam, I am the handle, I am the bread

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  1. This poem is typically found at the beginning of forest walks. As a result, it acts as a message to anyone who venture along those paths. Those pathways are densely forested, and the trees that grow along them are frequently chopped down for their wood.   Prayer of the Woods Summary

    This poem is typically found at the beginning of forest walks. As a result, it acts as a message to anyone who venture along those paths. Those pathways are densely forested, and the trees that grow along them are frequently chopped down for their wood.

     

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