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If I have read your question right, you're asking for the difference between a similie and a metaphor, right? Basically, a similie says somethign is LIEK something, whereas a metaphor says something IS something. Similie: My joy is like the sun on a summer day Metaphor: My joy is the sun on a summer day
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A similie is saying that 1 thing is like another. For example; The snow was like icing sugar. or The box was as light as a feather. A metaphor is saying 1 thing is another. For example; The cloud is a soft marshmallow. Also similes use the words like or as but metaphors don't. A similie is comparing two things using like or as A metaphor is comparing two things without like or as.