How Does Longfellow Use Alliteration In Nature

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As poems are created to have rhythm and sound of a similar song, Nature by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow shows how beautiful things can be described.
“So nature deals with us, and takes away our playthings one by one, and by the hand” As the genre falls under the romanticism era it also forms as a traveling on through the afterlife.
The poem has much rhythm and rhymes to top it with alliteration “Leads by the hand her little child to bed. Half willing, half reluctant to be led.” Both involving rhythm and rhyme to dash it and give its quick dash to pursue alliteration.
As far as imagery comes the poem is full of personification and little parts of similes, it creates a smooth transition to show that everything can be something good even if the
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