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  1. The poem is a sonnet with a fixed rhyme scheme abcb abcb abcb aa.   A Sonnet for my Incomparable Mother Summary

    The poem is a sonnet with a fixed rhyme scheme abcb abcb abcb aa.

     

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  1. Alliteration: A literary device that repeats a speech sound in a sequence of words that are close to each other. For example, “contemplate my childhood”. Simile: A figure of speech in which two essentially dissimilar objects or concepts are expressly compared with one another through the use of “likRead more

    1. Alliteration: A literary device that repeats a speech sound in a sequence of words that are close to each other. For example, “contemplate my childhood”.
    2. Simile: A figure of speech in which two essentially dissimilar objects or concepts are expressly compared with one another through the use of “like” or “as. “A mother like the mom you were to me”
    3. Anaphora: A figure of speech in which words repeat at the beginning of successive clauses, phrases, or sentences. For example, the words “I” and “You” have been used quite often at the beginning of the lines.
    4. Repetition: The use of the same word or phrase multiple times. For example, “Your heart, your mind, your energy and soul”

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  1. The poetess praises her mother because her mother was kind, she wants to be like her. The poetess remembers her childhood. Then, her mother mixed work with fun. She remembers the things given to her. She gave her sacrifice, devotion, love, and tears. She gave her heart, mind, energy, and soul. She lRead more

    The poetess praises her mother because her mother was kind, she wants to be like her. The poetess remembers her childhood. Then, her mother mixed work with fun. She remembers the things given to her. She gave her sacrifice, devotion, love, and tears. She gave her heart, mind, energy, and soul. She loved her greatly. She gave her strength and safety. She gave her freedom. So, the poetess tries to be like her.

     

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