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Read the following poem and answer the question that follows. "i like to see it lap the miles" by emily dickinson i like to see it lap the miles, and lick the valleys up, and stop to feed itself at tanks; and then, prodigious, step around a pile of mountains, and, supercilious, peer in shanties by the sides of roads; and then a quarry pare to fit its sides, and crawl between, complaining all the while in horrid, hooting stanza; then chase itself down hill and neigh like boanerges; then, punctual as a star, stop—docile and omnipotent— at its own stable door. this poem describes a train as if it were a horse. examine the imagery of the stanza in bold. what does it describe? a) the way a train moves along mountains and through cities b) the way a train makes horses stop to watch them go by c) the way a train sounds when it rumbles past a building d) the way a train has made horse-drawn carriages useless

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