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The rain falls gently Quenching the thirst of a landscape Parched by the rays of the hot summer sun The song of the birds is now silenced, The petals of a once brilliant flower have faded A bright, azure sky with soft white clouds is gone, Replaced by the gray dampness of the season a. Name the poem and the poet. b. Which season has been described? c. Which poetic device has been used in the above lines? What effect does it create? d. What all can be seen around in this season?
a. The poem is ‘Autumn’s Beauty’ and the poet is Linda Christensen. b. Rainy Season has been described in the above lines. c. The poetic device used in the above lines is personification whereby the landscape has been described as thirsty whose thirst was quenched by the rain drops. d. One can see that the birds are silent. The petals have lost their hues due to excessive heat. Now the clouds are no more white but are rather grey due to the rainy season.
The caressing breeze of summer Has turned into the blustering winds of fall Leaves, once proudly perched on the limbs of trees, Now dance gaily through the air, Brightly coloured in the warm tones of autumn. a. What happens to the caressing breeze of summer in autumn? b. What happens to the leaves in autumn? c. What are the colours of leaves in autumn?
Children laughing merrily on their way As they hear the crackling sound of leaves beneath their feet. A jack o lantern sits in the window, Showing a wide, toothless grin or scowling frown. a. What do the children hear? b. What do the children see on the window?
The snapping of pitch from a burning log, The faint scent of pine filling the room, Flames leaping about as if it were a ballet Performing for its audience. The soft, comforting glow of candlelight, Bringing with it serenity and quiet thoughts. a. What happens to the log? b. What fills the room? c. How are the flames described? d. What is the poetic device used in the above lines? e. What was the effect of the candlelight?
I sit in amazement watching all that is around me. Yes, there is a God. Only He could have made the wonders I see before me. I will accept the solitude and indifference of winter So I may anticipate and appreciate and appreciate There birth of spring. a. How does the poet feel? b. What are solitude and indifference symbolic of? c. What is the poetic device used in the above lines?

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