NOTE: A conceit is a literary device that compares two dissimilar things.
The women's face is compared to lilies and roses in a garden because of her white skin and red cheeks. (Line 2)
The women's lips are compared to cherries because she will not allow anyone to kiss them until she cries "Cherry-Ripe." (Line 6)
The women's eyes are compared to an angel's because they are heavenly, sweet, and innocent. (Line 13) Weegy: In the poem "There is a ... (More)