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Stars. Laura Lush Bart Suh. Analysis. The stars appear one by one like small songs, like small terrors rattling bright in their cages. The moon so skin. Pale rice paper awash in blood. The wolf— a brilliant blue flame through the trees.

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    1. Stars Laura Lush Bart Suh

    2. Analysis • The stars appear one by onelike small songs,like small terrorsrattling bright in their cages.The moon so skin.Pale rice paperawash in blood.The wolf—a brilliant blue flamethrough the trees. At night, it describes appearing stars that appear slowly or suddenly shining in their cages which means the sky. This is about the moon which appears a little bit and seems red. A constellation of the Wolf which is blue and it shins through the trees. Theme : A wonderful starry night

    3. Poetic Devices • The stars appear one by onelike small songs,like small terrorsrattling bright in their cages.The moon so skin.Pale rice paperawash in blood.The wolf—a brilliant blue flamethrough the trees. • Repetition is using at line 2, and 3. (like) • Also, simile (The stars appears like small songs, or like small terrors) • Metaphor (their cages = the sky) • Metaphor (Pale rice paper = the moon) • Imagery (blood = red)