What are the poetic devices/figures of speech used in the poem Bang the Drum?

What are the poetic devices/figures of speech used in the poem Bang the Drum?

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    • Alliteration- It is the repeated use of the same starting consonant sounds in subsequent or closely related syllables.Follow the flame, a little louder, sing the son, from far. Whole world, it’s not about
    • Simile- A simile is a poetic device that compares two objects. e.g. Your time to run like the wind.
    • Refrain- Refrain is a literary device that emphasizes a group of words or a concept inside a poem by repeating them.

    Bang the drum a little louder
    So the whole world can hear.
    Sing the song a little louder
    So the whole world can hear.

    Bang the Drum Poem Summary

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