A famous metaphor states, "Life is a journey." Writing is also a journey and metaphors should be part of that exploration.
Thomas Hood wrote at the start of the nineteenth century, but he sounds surprisingly modern.
In the years since Jimmy Carter first declared Grandparents Day a national holiday in 1978, we’ve been following his call to reflect on the impact grandparents have on our own lives — and on society.
In that spirit, we’ll help you celebrate the grands in your life with creative gifts, activities for the whole family, and more.
He growls a swift hello, his eyes all aglow, With warrior fire, and burning desire, To be proud Scottish Chieftain.
Each night he dreams in 3-D, of dangerous battles galore, Shining swords, flashing daggers, moated castles, and more.
A metaphor is a type of figurative language, often used in poetry or literary prose. It forms a link between two unlike things by stating one thing is another.
If I had all day, I'd surely make, Some other metaphors, For sloths, and tigers, elephants, And even dinosaurs.
My room is a picture which stays in my head - The books in the corner, the cat on the bed.
Home is my best friend, my partner, my all, Be it ever so humble, be it ever so small.
But to John Keats, we should celebrate the end of summer for the wonderful fruitfulness of nature about to decay.
Grandparents Day is the second Sunday of September.