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No- trees go wild at the thought.
They know what they mean to do.
Wild trees, gone out of your head?
Do you burn to go south , you too?

What figure of speech is being used here?

  • LITERATURE -

    Personification - Those trees don't have thoughts... or heads, or go south.

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