What are the literary devices in "A Red, Red Rose" by Robert Burns?

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Many similes are used in Robert Burns' poem "A Red, Red Rose". The first one, the title, compares love to a rose. It is an obvious comparison to the beauty and delicacy of the flower. The second simile is "My love is...

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