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RealityWillSlapYou

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    maggie and milly and molly and may went down to the beach (to play one day) and maggie discovered a shell that sang so sweetly she couldn't remember her troubles, and milly befriended a stranded star 5 whose rays five languid fingers were; and molly was chased by a horrible thing which raced sideways while blowing bubbles, and may came home with a smooth round stone as small as a world and as large as alone. 10 For whatever we lose (like a you or a me) it's always ourselves we find in the sea. The last two lines of the poem make a statement about people; this term is called a(n) allusion theme simile refrain

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    I know that it's not allusion or refrain.

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    I also am leaning more towards simile being that right answer.....

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