Which pair of lines from t. s. elliot’s "rhapsody on a windy night" is an example of onomatopoeia? twelve o'clock. along the reaches of the street held in a lunar synthesis, whispering lunar incantations dissolve the floors of memory and all its clear relations, its divisions and precisions, every street lamp that i pass beats like a fatalistic drum, and through the spaces of the dark midnight shakes the memory as a madman shakes a dead geranium. half-past one, the street lamp sputtered, the street lamp muttered, the street lamp said, "regard that woman who hesitates toward you in the light of the door which opens on her like a grin. you see the border of her dress is torn and stained with sand, and you see the corner of her eye twists like a crooked pin."