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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    In the first situation, the kite is flying high in the sky. In the second situation, the kite is caught in a tree. Read summary of The Kite Play Quiz on The Kite

    In the first situation, the kite is flying high in the sky. In the second situation, the kite is caught in a tree.

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  1. The Kite is a symbolic poem with a deeper moral. In this poem, the poet talks about our morality and brief life of humans. Like the kite, we go to heights in our youth, then we face ups and downs (as kite faces) and finally one day, we get old and die. Hence our life on earth is too short and we musRead more

    The Kite is a symbolic poem with a deeper moral. In this poem, the poet talks about our morality and brief life of humans. Like the kite, we go to heights in our youth, then we face ups and downs (as kite faces) and finally one day, we get old and die. Hence our life on earth is too short and we must accept this reality.

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  1. When the kite gets tangled into the branches of a tree, it becomes ragged i.e. old and torn out. it loses its brightness and beauty. Read summary of The Kite Play Quiz on The Kite

    When the kite gets tangled into the branches of a tree, it becomes ragged i.e. old and torn out. it loses its brightness and beauty.

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  1. Following are some of the rhyming words in the poem The Kite: blue-new, dip-ship, tail-sail, tides-rides, crest-rest, slack-back, until-fill, blows-goes, thing-string, see-tree. Read summary of The Kite Play Quiz on The Kite

    Following are some of the rhyming words in the poem The Kite:

    blue-new, dip-ship, tail-sail, tides-rides, crest-rest, slack-back, until-fill, blows-goes, thing-string, see-tree.

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  1. Following poetic devices have been used in the poem The Kite: Simile: It is the comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind. e.g. "soars like a ship". Alliteration: It is the occurrence of the same sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words. e.g. "bright on theRead more

    Following poetic devices have been used in the poem The Kite:

    1. Simile: It is the comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind. e.g. “soars like a ship”.
    2. Alliteration: It is the occurrence of the same sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words. e.g. “bright on the blue, “a dive and a dip”, “Climbs to the crest”, “string goes slack”, “breeze blows”, “the top of a tree.”.
    3. Enjambment: It is the continuation of a sentence or clause across a line break. e.g. “How bright on the blue Is a kite when it’s new”.
    4. Repetition: It is the repetition of various words or phrases for poetic effect. e.g. “How bright on the blue Is a kite when it’s new!” has been repeated twice in the poem.

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  1. The poet compares motion of the kite to the floating of ship on the tides of water because like the ship, it also keeps going up and down in the sky. Read summary of The Kite Play Quiz on The Kite

    The poet compares motion of the kite to the floating of ship on the tides of water because like the ship, it also keeps going up and down in the sky.

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  1. The kite dives and dips in the sky because of the waves of wind and also because the kite runner pulls the string. Read summary of The Kite Play Quiz on The Kite

    The kite dives and dips in the sky because of the waves of wind and also because the kite runner pulls the string.

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