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24 June, 07:09

What figurative language is present in these lines? (simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, and/or personification)

"Love is and was my king and lord"

Also, I know this is a metaphor, but I think it could also be hyperbole. Is that correct?

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  1. 24 June, 08:59
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    No

    Explanation:

    It could not be a hyperbole because there is no exaggeration. It could be a simile though because the line is using "is" to compare love to a king and lord. I don't understand how it could be a metaphor. Also, the question doesn't seem like it allows two answers.
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