Seasons are celebrations.
A year's a
Ferris wheel. Both honor our world's
habit of spinning 'round a star.
5. In the first
line of the poem, the poet is using a
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The poet is comparing a year directly to a Ferris wheel (without using like or as)
since both spin round - the earth spins round (the sun) and a Ferris wheel also spins round and round.
In the first line too the poet compares seasons directly to celebrations
seasons = celebrations - a metaphor
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