"Life the hound" is a metaphor in this poem.
What her family was compared to what they should have been.
my famile is a heart they make everyone feel loved
metaphor is a comparing word
the poem is a metaphor, well that's what my English teacher told me
In the poem Anne Bradstreet wrote for her children she uses the metaphor of birds in a nest to describe her children and how she protected them and when they get big they are going to leave her nest.
lake is a metaphor...............
The metaphor in this poem is an extended metaphor of conformity vs the individual. Throughout the poem the composer uses the two paths as a metaphor to take the path of conformity and to the path of the individual
The metaphor is the waltzing. The father waltzing with the boy is a metaphor for one of at least two things, depending on how you interpret the poem. Waltzing could be a metaphor for playful roughhousing. Or, it could be a metaphor for an abusive beating.
You must find a simple metaphor to use.
The poem itself is a metaphor. It doesn't have any specific ones in it. He is basically saying that the world is a miracle, which is a metaphor that covers the whole poem.
its a metaphor
its when you write an unbeliveable story( example: it was raining cats and dogs) that is a metaphor.
An exaggerated metaphor can be used in a poem to create an extremely strong image. Their is no mistaking what the author is writing about in such a case.
A metaphor that continues to develop over the course of a poem. -Apex- :)
I think that the extended metaphor is the actual title, "Mother to Son", and it is this because in the poem life is compared to a crystal staircase.
The extended metaphor in the poem Your Father as a Guitar by Martin Espada would be the father as the guitar, as stated in the poem. An extended metaphor is a literary device that is used to compare two or more things for the entirety of a work - such as a poem, play, or novel.