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Fern Hill

Fern Hill


by Dylan Thomas

Fern Hill: You're Not Over the Hill True or False

1. In this poem, youth is… -> Difficult
2. Where does the poem take place? -> At a farm
3. What verse form is "Fern Hill" in ? -> Open verse
4. What does the speaker claim to be prince of? -> Wales
5. How many syllables are in the first line of each stanza? -> 12