With naked foot stalking in my chamber. '
This is a case of Metaphor .The women have been here compared to predatory animals through their prey is not ordinary food but sexual flood.
--It is also a case of Hyperbaton since the word order in ‘did me seek’ has been changed from the usual one .
'That sometime they put themselves in danger
To take bread at my hand; and now they range
Busily seeking with a continual change. '
--- This is a case of Metaphor since the amorous women have been here compared to birds while the poet himself has been compared to the feeder . The comparisons are left in explicit .
'There with all sweetly did me kiss,
And softly said, "Dear heart, how like you this?" '
This is a case of Hyperbaton since the normal word order in the question should have been ‘how do you like this?’
It is also a case of Paronomasia . Heart may stands not only for human organ but also for its homophone ‘heart on male dear’.
'But since that I so kindly am served,
I would fain know what she hath deserved. '
It is a case of verbal irony . Although the poet uses the word ‘kindly’ meaning appropriately . The tone of the poet as well as his description of the woman’s poet activity makes it quite clear that he means the exact apposite .
This is also a case of Hyperbaton since the normal word order should have been ‘ I am so kindly served’ .