When two or more words used closely together in a poem (often in the same line) begin with the same letter or constant sound
A person, place, thing, or idea
When two things are compared without using "like" or "as"
An old woman
Old and full of sleep
When Yeats was 28 he loved her even when her spirit was low and sorrowful
A beautiful, poignant poem about enduring love
.....And bending down beside the glowing bars
I don't know person
Shall I compare to Thee?
Would the poem be more effective in 3rd person?
Should the old woman be excuded from the poem?
The poet, Yeats
The old lady
One of the old woman's men that she loved
No one, just a poem