Shining Things - Sparkle Multiskill English - Class 7 - English
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I love all shining things — the lovely moon, The silver stars at night, gold sun at noon. A glowing rainbow in a stormy sky, Or bright clouds hurrying when wind goes by. a. Name the poem and the poet. b. Which poetic device is used in the above lines? c. What all does the poet like?
a. The name of the poem is shining things and the poet is Elizabeth Gould. b. The poetic device used in the above lines is alliteration. c. The poet likes to see the glowing moon at night, the silvery stars which shine at night. The glow of the golden sun which gives shine in the afternoon. He loves to see the clouds which move fast by.
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I love the glow-worm's elf-light in the lane, And leaves a-shine with glistening drops of rain, The glinting wings of bees, and butterflies, My purring pussy's green and shining eyes. a. Which light does the poet like? b. When does he like the leaves? c. What poetic devices used in the line purring pussy? d. What does he like about the bees and the butterflies?