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Summary of The Wind in the Willows
Wind's Poem was created in 2009.
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Grass blades being lighter move in the wind.
The personification used in a poem makes the poem more interesting and thought provoking to the reader. An example of personifying an object in a poem would be: "The wind blew and the rose danced among the grass, throwing her petals like scarves."
Poem 824 is Dickinson's description of a storm. The wind begins blowing, blowing grass and dust everywhere. Thunder and lightening are then brought in, and then it begins to rain.
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Grass produces seeds - which are dispersed by the wind and animals.
Altirinus= Wind, Fire, Fire, Fire, Lighting, Earth, Water, GrassCarnotaurus= Earth, Wind, Water, Lighting, Fire, Wind, Wind, WaterChomp/Ace(depends if you choose Max it's Chomp if you choose Rex it's Ace)= Lighting, Grass, Fire, Earth, Water, Water, Lighting, FireDaspletosaurus= Grass, Water, Lightning, Lightning, Earth, Earth, Water, WindEuoplocephalus= Earth, Earth, Grass, Water, Wind, Earth, Wind, FireJobaria= Water, Lighting, Lighting, Earth, Fire, Earth, Fire, WindMini King= Lighting, Wind, Earth, Lighting, Grass, Wind, Fire, WaterMonoclonius= Lighting, Earth, Water, Water, Grass, Fire, Earth, WindParis= Grass, Water, Water, Earth, Wind, Grass, Lighting, LightingSaurophaganax= Fire, Water, Earth, Grass, Wind, Lighting, Fire, WaterSiamotyrranus Fire, Wind, Fire, Water, Wind, Grass, Fire, WaterSpiny= Water, Earth, Fire, Water, Fire, Grass, Wind, EarthTank= Earth, Grass, Earth, Water, Wind, Water, Grass, FireTerry Fire, Lightning, Wind, Wind, Water, Fire, Fire, EarthTriceratops= Lighting, Fire, Lighting, Fire, Water, Lighting, Grass, Earth
The poem describes the west wind in the Autumn or, as the Americans say, the Fall.
ode to the west wind is shelly's loud cry for his love for liberty.the reasons are contained in the poem itself. the poet states that he has fallen upon the thorns of life. he is bleding. none hears him and cares for his thoughts. so he asks the west wind to lift him as a wave, a leaf or acloud. these are symbols of freedom and liberty. by shalinee k
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It is blown by wind.
trees, grass, plants