As a white candle
In a holy place,
So is the beauty
Of an aged face.

As the spent radience
Of the winter sun,
So is a woman
With her travail done.

Her brood gone from her,
And her thoughts as still
As the waters
Under a ruined mill.

Question: What words in the poem help establish imagery?

Answer: A white candle in a holy place, the winter sun and waters under a ruined mill.

Does this answer the question? Do I need to start this answer with a capital letter, as it's not a complete sentence just three different phrases?

sundarnazQuestion: What words in the poem help establish imagery?Answer: A white candle in a holy place, the winter sun and waters under a ruined mill.Does this answer the question?

Your choices are correct, but I suspect that the tester wants you to write a brief paragraph elucidating your choices, not just list the images.

sundarnazDo I need to start this answer with a capital letter, as it's not a complete sentence just three different phrases?

Yes, it is better to do so, in spite of that fact.

Thanks MM. Please have a look at this post, too.

https://www.englishforums.com/English/ExplicitImplicitMeaning-Poem/bmplvw/post.htm

It remained unanswered for too long.

Thanks in advance.