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Following poetic devices have been used in the poem My Mother at Sixty Six. Simile: it is the comparison of two things by using as or like. e.g. "her face ashen like that of a corpse", "as a late winter's moon". Metaphor: it is the direct comparison of two things without the use of as or like. e.g.Read more
Because the scorpion bit the poet mother with its tail