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First read this poem to answer 1-9

ROSE POGONIAS
1. A saturated meadow,
2. Sun-shaped and jewel small,
3. A circle scarcely wider
4. Than the tress around were tall
5. Where the winds were quite excluded
6. And the air was stifling sweet
7. With the breath of many flowers,
8. A temple of heat.
9. There we bowed us in the burning,
10. As the sun's right worship is,
11. To pick where none could miss them
12. A thousand orchises:
13. For thought the grass was scatterd,
14. Yet every second spear
15. Seemed tipped with wings of color,
16. That tinged the atmosphere

1. Which type of figurative language is found in lines 6 and 7?
A. Symbol
B. Metaphor
C. (Personification)
D. Smilie

2. What can you conclude from the figurative language you identified in the previous question?
A. (The flowers smell was too much for the speaker)
B. The flowers scent was weakening
C. The air was filled with intense scent of many flowers
D. The air was stifled by the smell of the flowers

3. Where can you find a metaphor in the poem?
A. (Lines 1 and 2)
B. Lines 5 and 6
C. Lines 10 and 11
D. Lines 13 and 14

4. What can you conclude from the meaning of the figurative language you identified in the previous question?
A. (The meadow is shiny like a jewel)
B. Sunshine and jewel shape the meadow
C. The sun makes jewel sparkle in the meadow
D. The flower patch is round and compact

5. To which sense does the imagery in lines 6 and 7 appeal?
A. Hearing
B. (Sight)
C. touch
D. Smell

6. The imagery creates which mood in the poem?
A. Flirty
B. (cheerful)
C. energetic
D. empowered

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  1. 1,4 are wrong
    The others are right

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  2. 1.B? 4.C?

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  3. Yes

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  4. ty

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  5. does any one have the right answer ms.Sue a little help here

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