And slow and slow the stars withdrew which techniques

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And slow, and slow, the stars withdrew; Which techniques are being used (list two or more)? ________________________________________________ Alliteration, Consonance, Onomatopoeia, Repetition, Rhyme, and/or Rhythm
How do you figure? Explain how you got your answer 12. Out of the purple drifts, From the shadow sea of night, On tides of musk a moth uplifts Its weary wings of white. Which techniques are being used (list two or more)? ________________________________________________ Alliteration, Consonance, Onomatopoeia, Repetition, Rhyme, and/or Rhythm How do you figure? Explain how you got your answer 13. Bees that from the meadows bring Honey on a golden wing To the garden grot. Which techniques are being used (list two or more)? ________________________________________________ Alliteration, Consonance, Onomatopoeia, Repetition, Rhyme, and/or Rhythm How do you figure? Explain how you got your answer 14. Springtide of Love! The secret sweet Is ours alone; O heart of Love, at last you beat Against my own! Which techniques are being used (list two or more)? ________________________________________________ Alliteration, Consonance, Onomatopoeia, Repetition, Rhyme, and/or Rhythm How do you figure? Explain how you got your answer 15. Through the black night Love's little lantern, like a glowworm's bright, May lead our steps to some stupendous dawn. Which techniques are being used (list two or more)? ________________________________________________ Alliteration, Consonance, Onomatopoeia, Repetition, Rhyme, and/or Rhythm How do you figure? Explain how you got your answer 16. My heart it was a white, white rose
That bloomed upon a broken bough, He did but wear it for an hour, And it is withered now. Which techniques are being used (list two or more)? ________________________________________________
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