Two related speech figures that add spice to writing are simile & metaphor. These are the comparison twins, causing the reader to realize that something or someone is indeed similar to something or someone else.
This was an assignment for my english class, where we had to write five responses to the book The Things They Carried.
In John Donne’s “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning”, a symbolic, detailed relationship between two legs of a compass is established as one of the major themes of the poem.
Somewhere along the line, we may meet someone who will let us do something for him or let us learn something from him, all of us have the right to choose which best serves our purpose (or you prefer to submit to his purpose).
Me trying to use metaphors more in my writing.
They add extra charm to any writing in which they are used. They are the spice of the literature and language. Their work is to arouse the dormant emotions and imagination. Each and every writer uses the figurative language to elaborate his ideas clearly. From the classical to the modern age every writer has taken help from the figures of speech. The opposite of figurative is literal. Often the literal language is drab and dull if not supplied with the proper figure of speech.
In this text, I will try to give beginners information on how to improve their poetry.
How the two relate and a helpful exercise to add more detail to your writing.