Drop Of Rain Figurative Language

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His first example of his figurative language is a simile. He writes “Like a drop of rain, he sinks into thy depths with a bubbling groan” He is comparing rain to how someone can become depressed or have a series of negative emotions. It is a great way to compare rain to emotions because it shows how severe the depression was.
The next type of figurative language was a metaphor when he said “By the deep sea, and music in its roar” In this metaphor he is comparing the sea and music to how he feels without using “like” or “as”. Here Byron once again uses nature to compare something that is of nature to his feelings. He is trying to say that he doesn’t love human beings any less than he should, but he loves nature more. It gives a physical image of
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