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Thank you very much for your corrections. Here are some more sentences for you to check.

1)The mirror claims to have no preconception since it projects whatever it sees umisted by love or dislike.It reflects a woman who is becoming (growing, getting old). Are they all possible?
2) The most common foot in English poetry is iambic (or the iamb), a two-syllable foot in an unstress-stress pattern.
3)Examples of iambic metre are the words "forgive" and "believe".
4) The mirror can be considered as a symbol of the reflection of human soul, of the passing of time, of the dichotomy between desire and reality.
5)The mirror is personified because it is given human connotations.
6) The candles and the moon are defined as liars because they do not project what the woman really is (or what she is really like?). They project an unfaithful image of the woman.
7) We don't have time to stare at the beauty of nature (nature's beaty) when passing through the wood (woods). The poet reflects upon the meaning of human busy (??) life and complains about it because we have no time to admire the beauty of nature like sheep and cows (better: as sheep and cows do)
8)Poetry is the art of writing poems (not: to write poems).

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    Read carefully to catch all the changes I made:

    1)The mirror claims to have no preconception since it projects whatever it sees unmisted by love or dislike. It reflects a woman who is growing old.

    2) The most common foot in English poetry is the iamb, a two-syllable foot in an unstress-stress pattern.

    3)Examples of iambic metre are the words "forgive" and "believe".

    4) The mirror can be considered a symbol of the reflection of the human soul, of the passing of time, of the dichotomy between desire and reality.

    5)The mirror is personified because it is given human characteristics.

    6) The candles and the moon are defined as liars because they do not project what the woman is really like. They project an unfaithful image of the woman.

    7) We don't have time to stare at the beauty of nature when passing through the woods. The poet reflects upon the meaning of the human's busy, everyday life and complains about it because there is no time to admire the beauty of nature as sheep and cows do.

    8)Poetry is the art of writing poems.

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