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What is one metaphor and one simile in the poem "Leaning Into The Afternoons"
by Pablo Neruda? What do they mean and how do they aid what Neruda is trying to state in the poem?

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    Please see your later post with the same question.

    Do you need definitions of simile and/or metaphor? Just ask.

    Sra

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