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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 VHEMES vhemes = visual + themesstart by dragging a predesigned vheme onto the canvas OBJECTS drag and drop icons,shapes, text or upload your own from our extensive library of artwork your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] double click on textto edit or change TEXT Invitation to LoveBY PAUL LAURENCE DUNBARCome when the nights are bright with stars (A)Or come when the moon is mellow; (B)Come when the sun his golden bars (A)Drops on the hay-field yellow. (B)Come in the twilight soft and gray, (C)Come in the night or come in the day, (C)Come, O love, wheneer you may, (E)And you are welcome, welcome. (F)You are sweet, O Love, dear Love, (G)You are soft as the nesting dove. (G)Come to my heart and bring it to rest (H)As the bird flies home to its welcome nest. (H)Come when my heart is full of grief (I)Or when my heart is merry; (K)Come with the falling of the leaf (I)Or with the reddning cherry.(K)Come when the years first blossom blows, (L)Come when the summer gleams and glows, (L)Come with the winters drifting snows, (L)And you are welcome, welcome. (N) Paul Laurence Dunbar whole poem is about letting his love come when ever, because no matter what they are welcomed Author's Purpose & MeaningThe poet talk about another person how they are always welcomed when they are uplifting with joy or deep in sorrow or anytime of the dayregardless of the weather double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Poetic DevicesThis poem uses simile for comparing one thing to another (you are as soft as a nesting) also it is refrain for useing "And your are welcome, welcome". also uses metaphor comparing things with like or as Shift happens in the 3rd stanza the poet talks about no matter how he feels, sad or depress, his beloved is always welcomed Now speak how the season changes and his loved one is still welcomed , 24/7 his loved one is always Shift Anaylsis
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