Please explain and analyze the poem 'Snow' by Walter de la Mare, in respect of figures of speech and what it is all about. Thank you. as much info as possible on the above poem would be gratefully received..

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"Snow" could be interpreted on its superficial message as the description of a late-winter snowfall. There is no storm; the air is still - "No breath of wind." The snow falls and covers everything -"twig and bough and blade and thorn...roof...tree." At the end of this version of the poem, one shaft of sunlight - "one wint'ry...

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