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Poem Analysis Harlem Night Song In the poem Harlem Night Song by Langston Hughes Hughes uses many poetic devices including repetition He uses repetition when he says come let us roam the night in the beginning Then he says the same thing at the end The way he uses repetition lets us see the poem a lot clearer Also the repetition of these words helps him get his point across that the night is a wonderful place with that special person Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind by William Shakespeare has many poetic devices including personification Shakespeare uses personification by giving the wind human like feelings When he addresses the wind by saying it as thou it gives it a human feeling that people can relate to By using personification we have a much clearer vision of what Shakespeare is trying to address If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking In Emily Dickinsons poem If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking there is a use of the poetic device rhyme scheme She uses the traditional rhyme scheme in the first stanza In the second stanza however she breaks the rhyme scheme At the end she repairs it like she repairs a broken heart Emily Dickinson is trying to get her point across that she would rather this person be happy than her The rhyme scheme helps her with her point The Road Not Taken In Robert Frosts famous poem The Road Not Taken Frost uses a metaphor throughout the poem When he say Two roads diverged in a yellow wood he is referring to life and the choices we must make The road less taken represents success The road worn down is the road that leads to failure This poem is more than just a poem its a life lesson Lyric 17 In the poem Lyric 17 the author uses many poetic devices
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