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1 April, 12:23

Which three ideas do the poems "A Farewell" and "The Morning Comes Before the Sun" share? Both poems suggest that difficulties should be faced with strength, because they will eventually pass.

Both poems describe different stages of a human life-from childhood to death.

Both poems suggest that young people shouldn't be impatient and should learn to enjoy the present.

Both poems convey that the end of something should not cause grief, as there are good things ahead.

Both poems explain why childhood is the best period of one's life.

Both poems use the elements of nature to explain the meaning of the poem.

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  1. 1 April, 12:28
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    Both poems suggest that young people shouldn't be impatient and should learn to enjoy the present.

    Both poems convey that the end of something should not cause grief, as there are good things ahead.

    Both poems explain why childhood is the best period of one's life.
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