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My daughter is the sunshine of my life.
The morning sun is my alarm clock.
My car became a NASCAR because I was late for work.
The monstrous buildings looked down on me as my car glided through their domain. Student
I felt like I was in a coffin being buried in work.
When my day was over, I lazily dragged myself to my chariot and flew home!
I am a writer. I love to write. There is nothing that brings me more joy than expressing my imagination through words. One of the best ways to make a black and white note book full of words colorful is to add metaphors. Metaphors are like the raisons in the Raison-Bran. They are the chocolate chips in the cookie. If you do not understand by now metaphors are the rainbow after the rain.
In order to have a diverse piece of literature it has to have a great diversity in words and phrases. Metaphors give a writer creative liberty to express himself in the most authentic way possible. By definition a metaphor is a “figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something to which it is not literally applicable in order to suggest a resemblance” (dictionatry.com, 2015). Keeping this in mind, some of the greatest pieces of literature utilize metaphors to create a stronger picture for the readers. Imagine that the writer is a world class artist and the paper is his tapestry. There is no way that a person will be able to understand the artist if his painting is not full of detail. The detail is in the stroke and the colors, so the artist makes the painting very beautiful and colorful. This is the same principle for writing. If the audience is going to engage you have to vividly describe...
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