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William Wordsworth Anaphora

Five years have passed;
Five summers, with the length of
Five long winters! and again I hear these waters

Meaning: The repetition of the word five at the beginning of each line gives typical melody to the lines that matches well with its nostalgic tone.

- William Wordsworth (Poem: Tintern Abbey)
Literature Poems William Wordsworth
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