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  1. The literary device used in the line "and years that fade and flush again" is Alliteration. The Heart of the Tree Poem Line by Line Summary & Explanation

    The literary device used in the line “and years that fade and flush again” is Alliteration.

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  1. Literary device used in the line "the harvest of a coming age" is Synecdoche. Synecdoche is a literary device in which a part is used to represent the whole of something. Here coming age refers to future generation. The Heart of the Tree Poem Line by Line Summary & Explanation

    Literary device used in the line “the harvest of a coming age” is Synecdoche. Synecdoche is a literary device in which a part is used to represent the whole of something. Here coming age refers to future generation.

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  1. The poetic device used in the line "he plants the forest heritage" is metonymy as the poet uses "forest heritage" instead of plants. The Heart of the Tree Poem Line by Line Summary & Explanation

    The poetic device used in the line “he plants the forest heritage” is metonymy as the poet uses “forest heritage” instead of plants.

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  1. The poetic devices used in the line "he plants a home to heaven anigh" are Alliteration: he plants a home to heaven anigh. Metonymy: the poet uses heaven anigh instead of plants. The Heart of the Tree Poem Line by Line Summary & Explanation

    The poetic devices used in the line “he plants a home to heaven anigh” are

    1. Alliteration: he plants a home to heaven anigh.
    2. Metonymy: the poet uses heaven anigh instead of plants.

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  1. The poetic device used in the line “he plants in sap and leaf and wood” is metonymy as the poet uses “sap and leaf and wood” instead of plants. The Heart of the Tree Poem Line by Line Summary & Explanation

    The poetic device used in the line “he plants in sap and leaf and wood” is metonymy as the poet uses “sap and leaf and wood” instead of plants.

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  1. The figure of speech used in the line "what does he plant who plants a tree" is hypophora as the poet raises a question and then answers himself. The Heart of the Tree Poem Line by Line Summary & Explanation

    The figure of speech used in the line “what does he plant who plants a tree” is hypophora as the poet raises a question and then answers himself.

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  1. The poem The Heart of the Tree is written in 3 stanzas having 9 lines each. Every stanza has its own rhyme scheme i.e. ababbccaa adaddeeaa afaffggaa. The Heart of the Tree Poem Line by Line Summary & Explanation

    The poem The Heart of the Tree is written in 3 stanzas having 9 lines each. Every stanza has its own rhyme scheme i.e. ababbccaa adaddeeaa afaffggaa.

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  1. The poetic devices used in the line “he plants a friend of sun and sky” are: Metonymy as the poet uses “a friend of sun and sky” instead of plants. Alliteration: he plants a friend of sun and sky The Heart of the Tree Poem Line by Line Summary & Explanation

    The poetic devices used in the line “he plants a friend of sun and sky” are:

    1. Metonymy as the poet uses “a friend of sun and sky” instead of plants.
    2. Alliterationhe plants a friend of sun and sky

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  1. The poetic devices used in the line “he plants the flag of breezes free” are: Metonymy as the poet uses “forest heritage” instead of plants. Alliteration: he plants the flag of breezes free The Heart of the Tree Poem Line by Line Summary & Explanation

    The poetic devices used in the line “he plants the flag of breezes free” are:

    • Metonymy as the poet uses “forest heritage” instead of plants.
    • Alliteration: he plants the flag of breezes free

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    In the line "he plants cool shade and tender rain" the figure of speech used is Metonymy. Metonymy is a literary device that replaces the name of a thing with the name of something else with which it is closely associated. By "he plants cool shade", the poet means that when plants grow, give cool shRead more

    In the line “he plants cool shade and tender rain” the figure of speech used is Metonymy. Metonymy is a literary device that replaces the name of a thing with the name of something else with which it is closely associated. By “he plants cool shade”, the poet means that when plants grow, give cool shade and also gentle rain (plants help in raining).

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