FAZ-Feuilleton 2006-7-26 / S. 29

The FAZ prints the one-sentence poem from Rosanna Warren’s Departure.

A simile
A simile makes a comparison using the word “like” or “as.” […]
[A] comparison communicates more effectively if Item A is compared to a familiar object, experience, sound or food.
For example: Kuznetsova moves across the court like a gazelle, a powerful mix of muscle and grace.
[Poetry in the Post 5]

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