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

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