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This is an example of a metaphor. Once more in her bed beside the warm cocoon of her sister. What kind of reaction or feeling does this give when you first read it and what is this metaphor saying. Thank you

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    "Warm cocoon of her sister"..creates a peaceful, safe tone to me..what about you?

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    The question asks about YOUR first reaction.

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    My first thought was the insect that lives in a cocoon. Ugh!

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