Maddy95
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Passage: from "Smoking Spiritualized" by Ralph Erskine The pipe so lily-like and weak, Does thus thy mortal state bespeak. Thou art ev'n such, Gone with a touch. Thus think, and smoke tobacco. What does the author compare the pipe to in the first stanza? (Points : 3) a fragile life a small white flower a pile of dust a tobacco leaf
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Maddy95
  • Maddy95
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i think... a fragile life

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok im between A and B
anonymous
  • anonymous
a small white flower, because yes many times in poetry it doesn't mean what it realy means but they are saying lilly- like
Maddy95
  • Maddy95
oh ok

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