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  • Tone
  • Tone applies the thought of everything being quiet and calm in the poem until the seagulls arrive and the poem becomes more uplifting, then at the end the pome goes back to a quiet tone.
  • The author's word choice affects how the gulls are pictured in the poem. In the poem, the gulls are said to be bold.
  • Word Choice
  •  Imagery
  • Near the end of the poem, the author starts talking about the sea. He speaks of the sand, waves, and the sky.
  • The poem's rhyme scheme is AABACCDCEEFGHH. Rhyming in a poem helps the poem sound more interesting.
  • Style
  • The theme of this poem is that even on the quietest days, you can find the beauty of nature.
  • Theme
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