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The sun's rays caress my face like a mother would.


Would this simile work? Make sense?

Thanks.

  • Simile Question -

    I would use like a mother's touch.

  • Simile Question -

    My mother might have had hold of both ears pulling on them.

    On this, It is OK, but I would make it stronger with something like

    I felt the sun caress my face as my mother hands would.

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    i like it

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