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What are the figures of speech in the poem ‘Wind’?

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The most common figure of speech in the poem is ‘Anaphore’ which means repeating of certain words. The repetition of the word ‘don’t’ in the first three lines of the poem is an example of Anaphore. Also, the entire poem is a metaphor as it ends on a note of application to humanity to stand against all ravages, natural or man-made.

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