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Addressing something in a poem is using _____. apostrophe metonymy metaphor simile
Addressing something in a poem is using APOSTROPHE.
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User: Addressing something in a poem is using _____. apostrophe metonymy metaphor simile

Weegy: I think you're referring to metonymy. That means the substitution of a word referring to an attribute for the thing that is meant, as for example the use of the crown to refer to a monarch.
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