Can you give me at least two metaphors in "Tonight I can Write"?
- Love is so short.
- Her voice, her bright body.
In the first example, the speaker is comparing love to time. Overall, the poem speaks to the passage of time. The speaker recalls the existence of "her" both before and after he loved her. Therefore, the metaphor exists through the speaker comparing love being short to life being short.
In the second example, the speaker...
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