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PLEASE I NEED HELP!!!!!! I HAVE TO TYPE A RESPONSE! Take special note of the last few lines of the “The Collar” by George Herbert: But as I raved and grew more fierce and wild, At every word, Methoughts I heard one calling, Child! And I replied, My Lord. How do these lines end the somewhat heavy poem on a more lighthearted note? How does the speaker's tone change over the course of the poem?

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Valee

It ended on "And I replied, My Lord" which is light and it's saying that He/She replied and was finished speaking, and the tone changed from light, normal tone to a cry or a shout

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