Metaphor

A metaphor asserts that one thing is another thing, even though the two things are not literally the same. Unlike simile, which uses “like” or “as” to make a comparison, a metaphor creates a direct relationship between the two things being compared.

Examples of metaphor:

“The world is a stage, and we are all merely players.” – William Shakespeare

“The road was a ribbon of moonlight over the purple moor.” – Alfred Noyes

“My life is a desert, barren and unyielding.” – anonymous

“The river was a giant serpent winding through the valley.” – Paulo Coelho

“The stars were a flock of birds taking flight.” – Stephenie Meyer

10 thoughts on “Metaphor”

    1. In this poem, the poet compares love to a red, red rose. The comparison is made to convey the intensity, beauty, and passion of the poet’s emotional connection to his beloved. The red rose symbolizes love’s warmth, depth, and enduring nature, helping to convey the poet’s profound feelings in a vivid and emotive way.

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