Personification in Ode on a Grecian Urn

Text of the Poem 1
"unravish'd bride of quietness..."   (Text of the Poem)

In the first line the narrator addresses a Grecian Urn as the “unravish’d bride of quietness,” suggesting his admiration for an object that can’t literally speak. Using personification to address the urn communicates the importance of the archaic object in consideration of the narration of the poem.