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Her love will continue to grow with the passing of time, regardless of whether or not she or he are still alive. . Her “lost saints” is a reference to all of those people she once loved and adored in her life. . two similes . he speaker does not want thanks or attention for her love; just like good and just men, she loves because it is what she has to do. . an innate sense of feeling to her love. . repetition of the “th” sound . consonance in line two

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