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i don't knw how to transform these two similes into metaphor...can anyone teach me??

1. As you look far into the distance, the long wickers, "which fly in the air, like the fairy¡¯s hair."<---only the transform the quote part

2. The fascicles of flowers, which grow on the branches, "decorating the trees as the old man¡¯s beard. "<---only the transform the quote part

plzzzzzzzzzzzz HELP!!!!!!THX ALOT

I'll do the first one for you.
". . . the long wickers are fairy's hair which fly in the air."

Please post your transformation for the second simile, and we'll be glad to critique it for you.

...the fascicles of flowers are the old man's beard, which grow on the branches for decorating the trees...

is it correct?

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