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Metaphors.

What is being compared in the metaphor? My thoughts are an autumn breeze lifting and hurrying dry rubbish about in a corner.
a) breeze and corner
b) my thoughts autumn breeze
c) rubbish and breeze
d) rubbish and my thoughts

What is being compared in the metaphor? My thoughts are sparrows passing.
a) thoughts and passing
b) my thoughts and sparrows
c) passing and my
d) sparrows and passing

What is being compared in the metaphor? Did you see the mad ballet of the midsummer sky?
a) sky and you
b) you and ballet
c) mad and sky
d) sky and ballett

What is being compared in the metaphor? A poet's moods are fluttering butterflies in the rain.
a) moods and rain
b) rain and butterflies
c) poet's moods and butterflies
d) poet and rain

What is being compared in the metaphor? The gardens of my heart are green.
a) heart and green
b) gardens and heart
c) garden and green
d)

What is being compared in the metaphor? This pretty little city is my new toy box.
a) city and toy box
b) pretty and city
c) city and new
d) pretty and box

What is being compared in the metaphor? Swords of rain stabbed the eath
a) swords and rain
b) rain and earth
c) earth and swords
d)

What is being compared in the metaphor? The coins gleam like gold snake scales.
a) scales and gold
b) coins and gold
c) coins and snake scales
d) snake and gleam

What is being compared in the metaphor? My dreams are petals in the water.
a) dreams and petals
b) water and dreams
c) petals and water
d)

What is being compared in the metaphor? My soul is a piece of paper scrawled with fragments of an incomplete song.
a) fragments and song
b) soul and paper
c) paper and fragments
d)

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