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1.I come from haunt of coot and hern
i make a sudden sally
and sparkle out among the fern
to bicker down the valley
2.Then took the other as just as fair
and having perhaps the better claim

Metaphor then took the other one as just as fair
Alliteration 'as' word is being repeated
Simile haunt and sally
Personification of brook in [1]
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1.)“The fair breeze blew, the white foam flew,
The furrow followed free;
We were the first that ever burst
Into that silent sea.”
In the above lines we see alliteration (“b”, “f” and “s”) in the phrases “breeze blew”, “foam flew”, “furrow followed”, and “silent sea” are alliteration.2.)“She is all states, and all princes, I.”
 This line demonstrates the speaker’s belief that he and his beloved are richer than all states, kingdoms, and rulers in the entire world because of the love that they share.thus this is a metaphor.
3.)“I wandered lonely as a cloud
that floats on high o’er vales and hills.”
here "as" is a simile.
4.)“When Thou hast done, Thou hast not done for I have more.That at my death Thy Son / Shall shine as he shines now, and heretofore
And having done that, Thou hast done;
I fear no more."
the poet uses Son, referring to the Christ, instead of sun.-this is a pun.
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