Ode To the West Wind

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(1.4-6)" In these few lines the reader can almost be in the scene that the speaker has created. The words used to describe the leaves are vivid words, which makes one think to look for a deeper meaning. The wind can be calm and peaceful, or wild and raging, just like our human emotions. In that sense the wind is personified...
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In that sense the wind is personified. This personification helps us humans to relate to the wind, so that we may gain more from this poem. Shelly also uses many metaphors in this poem to reveal the theme. The overall metaphor in this poem is the representation of a prayer to God by the wind. Shelly personifies the wind...
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