My brain is parched
My brow is damp
Please, Mr. Sun
Turn off your lamp.
It has been so hot around here lately, I thought we could try and come up with a few interesting and original similes and metaphors to describe a hot and muggy day.
A simile compares two things using the word like or as.
example: A good book is like chocolate: rich, smooth and addictive.
A metaphor compares two things, but it does not use the word like or as.
example: A good book is a Hershey bar, waiting to be devoured.
Let's have some fun and describe how the weather has been where you live.
I'll get us started.
The days are hot as a chili pepper hanging on the vines.
Drops of sweat roll down my face like children gliding down a water slide.
The hot sun is a giant heater with its knob stuck in the high position.
Now it is your turn, how has the weather been where you live?