Which part of this excerpt from john keats' poem "endymion" contains a simile? therefore, 'tis with full happiness that i will trace the story of endymion. the very music of the name has gone into my being, and each pleasant scene is growing fresh before me as the green of our own vallies: so i will begin now while i cannot hear the city's din; now while the early budders are just new, and run in mazes of the youngest hue about old forests; while the willow trails its delicate amber; and the dairy pails bring home increase of milk. and, as the year grows lush in juicy stalks, i'll smoothly steer my little boat, for many quiet hours, with streams that deepen freshly into bowers.
The part of the excerpt from John Keat's poem "Endymion" that contains a similie is below.
"Into my being, and each pleasant scene
Is growing fresh before me as the green
Of our own vallies: so I will begin."
A similie is used to compare two things using the words "like" or "as." In this passage, Keat is comparing what is growing inside of him to the green valleys. Both are fresh.
The only other use of "as" or "like" (to indicate a similie) in this passage of the poem is used in the section below.
"Its delicate amber; and the dairy pails
Bring home increase of milk.
And, as the year
Grows lush in juicy stalks, I'll smoothly steer"
However, here as is not used as a similie to compare, but simply as a conjunction to connect clauses in the section.
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