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No. Edgar Allan Poe 's poem " Annabel Lee " is full of figurative language, but it has no similes. Similes are figurative comparisons using the word "like" or "as."What is the metaphor in Annabel Lee?
Implied Metaphor. - There is implied metaphor in the title of the poem, because Annabel Lee is being compared to Virginia, Poe's wife, who died recently before this poem was written. - The "kingdom by the sea" is implied metaphor to the perfect place the speaker and Annabel Lee lived and how good there life was.