Posted by john on Monday, April 13, 2009 at 2:13pm.
HI, can you check my poem suppose to be simile.
WHO AM I
A large black nose
as dark as the night
Two round eyes
as big as the moon
two fuzzy ears
as soft as feathers
she`s as friendly
as a newborn baby pup
as a lion
I love her as sweet as candy
language - GuruBlue, Monday, April 13, 2009 at 2:38pm
You can also use "like"
Example. Two round eyes like the moon. or Fuzzy ears like feathers.
Now is this a newborn pup... if so, then she can't be like a new born pup.
It would work better to say,
Although courageous as a lion,
she is as sweet as candy.
and I love her.
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