And stands about the woodland ride this means that

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and stands about the woodland ride, this means that now is the time to explore the great outdoors, wearing white for Easter tide, this means that Easter has approached and light colors for celebrating spring now of my threescore and ten, this means that he is about 27 years old twenty will not come again, this means that he will not live a long life and take from seventy springs and score, this means that he will only live till seventy it only leaves me fifty more , this means that soon his life will have ended and since to look at things in bloom, this means that he has alot more to see and do fifty springs are little room, this means that there isnt enough time for him to see everything all over the world about the woodlands i will go, this means that he is gonna go out and explore what he can while he is still here to see the cherry hung with snow, this means that he lives to see another winter. The most outstanding metaphor is "the cherry hung with snow." What two unlike things are being compared? Why is the metaphor effective? the two unlike things are the trees and the blossoms. its effective because it allows the readers to imagine the blossoms of the tree as snow. The metaphor also gives an example of
something with feeling because this brings you back to the winter days. The phrase "of my threescore years and ten" is an allusion. What does it mean? This means that this a trick of the mind allowing you to believe that something is there that isn't. This particular phrase reverts back to colonial america this allows the readers to believe that this actually happened. An illusion is a very effective form of poetry that allows the readers mind to wonder into oblivion.

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