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  • Similes and metaphors

  • are similar but nothing more

  • than a comparison in different ways.

  • Similes use like or as

  • and metaphors need none of that

  • they just say exactly what they want to say.

  • metaphor - You really are the apple of my eye.

  • simile - Hanging with you is as easy as pie.

  • metaphor - You've got a smile that lights up the room.

  • simile - Let's stay together like the stars and the moon.

  • Similes and metaphors

  • are similar but nothing more

  • than a comparison in different ways.

  • Similes use like or as

  • and metaphors need none of that

  • they just say exactly what they want to say.

  • metaphor - Sometimes you're hot and then sometimes you're cold.

  • simile - Then again you can be good as gold.

  • metaphor - Into each life a little rain must fall.

  • simile - Don't just sit there like a bump on a log.

  • Similes and metaphors

  • are similar but nothing more

  • than a comparison in different ways.

  • Similes use like or as

  • and metaphors need none of that

  • they just say exactly what they want to say.

  • whoa yeah

  • whoa yeah

  • And when you understand and say

  • it's perfectly clear,

  • don't you know that'll be music

  • to my ears.

  • That's another metaphor.

  • Yeah. Now you're getting it.

  • Whoa! Similes and metaphors

  • are similar but nothing more.

  • Similes and metaphors

  • are similar but nothing more.

  • Similes and metaphors

  • are similar but nothing more

  • Similes and metaphors

  • are similar but nothing more

Similes and metaphors

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A2 US metaphor similar comparison bump log pie

"Similes and Metaphors" by The Bazillions

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    markgordo2 posted on 2015/02/28
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