Let her Go by Passenger in terms of poetry, writing homework help

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. Look up the lyrics of Let her Go by Passenger using a website such as http://www.azlyrics.com/ or http://www.elyrics.net/ (Make sure to cite the source you use!). Using AT LEAST one verse and the refrain, discuss the lyrics in terms of poetry. Be SURE to discuss the following: content (story), including poetic components such as alliteration, simile, metaphor, and personification. In addition, identify the rhyme scheme, and include imagery (symbolic or literal). Be sure to use examples from the song. Be sure to cite the song according to APA and cite all quotes using APA format. 

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Running head: LET HER GO BY PASSENGER

Let Her Go By Passenger
Student’s Name
Institution

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LET HER GO BY PASSENGER

I.

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Story

1. The song by Passenger which is known as Let her go is one that focuses on the
consequences of loosing what one had taken lightly.
2. The lines that the artist uses in the song include ‘you only need the light when it’s
burning low, only miss the sun when it starts to snow.’
3. The content of the song was meant to help the audience understand what it means for
them to lose whatever they always took for granted.
4. The song also has aspects of depression and reflection.
5. As a result, the constant thinking is evaluating and questioning where he could have been
different.

II. Poetic components
1. The song also respects and uses poetry in its essence.
2. The song uses alliteration which is the repetition of words that are alike in a phrase.
3. The song also embraces the poetic component of personification.
4. The line “everything you touch dies” is also a hyperbole.
5. Similarly, one does not feel high when they are high but rather when they are low, this is
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