‘And all that in them without me were seeds only latent, unborn’. Identify the figures of speech

Dear Student, The parched lifeless plants are compared to seeds. So, it is a metaphor. Also, the idea of the rain providing life to the plants is repeated through the words seed, latent and unborn. So, it also a tautology. Regards,

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The figure of speech is tautology and simile
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