'The wind is a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees,
The moon is a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas,
The road is a ribbon of moonlight, over the purple moon,
And the highway man came riding-
The highway man came riding, up to the old inn-door.'
Verse 1 - The Highwayman - Alfred Noyes
its when you write an unbeliveable story( example: it was raining cats and dogs) that is a metaphor.
The poem itself is a metaphor. It doesn't have any specific ones in it. He is basically saying that the world is a miracle, which is a metaphor that covers the whole poem.
That robot is like a piece of metal
Depends on the type of poem for the example. It is metaphore that continues on for 2 or more lines in any type of poem.
"The road was a ribbon of moonlight" (On the third line)
metaphor is a comparing word
the poem is a metaphor, well that's what my English teacher told me
There is an example of alliteration in the poem dreams by Langston Hughes. It can found in line 2, "for if dreams die". Other writing devices that are utilizedin this poem are rhyme, repitition, and metaphor (extended metaphor as well).
An example of an Acrostic Poem on Summer could be... Sacred Unique Magical Mysterious Everlasting Rejuvenating A metaphor on the summer could be.. Summer is like a river, flowing gently and peacefully.
lake is a metaphor...............