In the second stanza, the line As if no sole the solstice passed. Is this personification?
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GradeSaver has a goo overview of this, but here is a bit particular to what you want:
In the next stanza, the natural world continues to act as if everything were normal. The sun sets (“The Sun, as common, went abroad”), the wind blows (“The flowers, accustomed, blew”), as if this ceremony, and its association with resurrection, were not occurring (“As if no soul the solstice passed/That maketh all things new –“).
Oh, by the way “As if no soul the solstice passed/That maketh all things new..." is personification.