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Poetry (personification)

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Think of two things that can have human body parts substituted for their own parts. What parts does a clock have that a human body has? Now use the the objects you though of in a lines of poetry.

Example: The face of Big Ben watches over the city of London.

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Someone please help me with this. I've spent an hour on it, but with no ideas whatsoever (was going to use the hands of a clock, but don't know how to make it work out).

Help is appreciated. Thanks.

  • Poetry (personification) - ,

    Big Ben's hands showed that it was 11:30.

  • Poetry (personification) - ,

    The Clocks Cold
    It sneezes every second. Moving its arms round and round. To every side of its arms there are his friends that are like statues; never moving. It scans the room for a new friend. They look. They go. Sitting there. Never growing. Never making new friends. Only looking for them and sneezing. He looks across to the his only mate. He is colourful, and can speak: “Brrrriiinnngg!!” I try to reply back but all that comes out it a “tick, tock”.

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