can u also plz explain how u got the answer, that would be helpful! thx have a nice day!
I think the answer is B or A, but I'm pretty sure it's A
When the speaker says "The Bluebell cannot charm me now" they seem to be slightly upset, while "To see it smile to-day" they refer to the Bluebell being figuratively human.
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By suggesting that the speaker has a personal connection with the summer flowers of her home.
Personification - Giving an inanimate object a personality
In this poem, the writer says "The violet has a fragrent breath," meaning that the violet was given a personality.
Also, on one of the last line provided, the quote is
"I know how fast my tears would swell
To see it smile to-day."
which is saying that the writer misses the flower, and the writer would be crying over it.
I hope this helps, good luck!