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(i) Simile: In this figure of speech, the poet compares two unlike objects by using words as and like. He has used simile on three different places. In revenue stage, the poet compares an unwilling school boy with snail. The snail is the slowest person. So he moves like the snail because he wants to play. So he prefers game to school. In third stage, the poet compares sighs taking in grief and pain of the lover with the sound of furnace. The last simile is used as fourth scene, where he becomes a soldier and stands as a great loyal to his country because he takes strange oaths which remain inevitable to be filled post. His beard is compared the new stains of leopard. So his beard is his honour that is dearer to him than his life.