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1: Metaphors

2: Her room was a pigsty! | Her hair was a rat's nest.

3: Jack was no child, he was a monster. She was a bull when they made her mad. The girls were two peas in a pod. The girl was a puzzle.

4: The paparzzi was Independence Day's grand finale fireworks! She is a tornado when she gets angry. | The singer's voice was more powerful than the wind. The dog's kiss was a shower.

5: He was a pig when it came to sweets. | The girl's head was a time bomb about to go off.

7: His eyes were bigger than his stomach. Mrs. Driskill grew horns because of her anger.

8: The girl screamed so loud she started an avalanche on Mount Everest. | That math test had a million questions!

9: I was buried by a mountain of homework. Kim was so hot the sun got jealous! She was so old she had a dinosaur for a pet!

10: The bright light blinded me! | He was so hungry he could eat a cow.

11: My clothes exploded out of my dresser as I was getting ready for the party.

12: The rainbow lit the sky with brilliant colors. The basketball goal encouraged me to shoot. The baseball sprinted towards me.

13: The crust cried as it was ripped off the sandwich. The light ahead guided us through the forest. | The shoes called to me. The alarm clock screamed in my ear.

14: Even the trees seemed to enjoy her performance. | The birds sang in the midst of winter.

16: Gina the glamorous genie gazed gingerly at the gigantic giraffe gleefully growing a goatee. Silly Sam stupidly sat on slippery slimey spam!

17: Fran shops frantically for frappacino and fresh fruit. | Little laughing Lilly loves luscious limes and lemons.

18: Red Riding Hood raced rapidly across the raging river. Three thoroughly thick thesauri were thought out on Thursday. | Adam ate an apple in the afternoon.

19: O N O M A T O P O E I A

24: The hairbrush was like a porcupine in my hair.

25: Green tastes like the ripe apple fresh off the tree. Green feels like the grass growing in the meadown. Green looks like the color of my friend's pencil. Green sounds like the chirping of the crickets. | Orange feels like autumn leaves falling on me. Orange sounds like parrots in the rain forest. Orange smeills like a fresh pumpkin patch. Orange tastes like Thanksgiving dinner.

26: Navy feels as strong as a ship at sea. Navy tastes like a midnight snack. Navy sounds like the quiet of dusk. Navy smells like the dust in an attic. | Red feels like a fire on a cold winter's day. Red smells like a bowl of spaghetti ready to be eaten. Red looks like a heart -shaped valentine.

27: Yellow feels like the summer sun on my cheeks. Yellow looks like a lightning bug at night. Yellow tastes like sweet honey at breakfast. Yellos smells like a ripe banana. | Yellow smeills like sunflowers. Yellow feels like the sun radiating on my skin. Yellow tastes as sweet as sugar. Yellow sounds like honeybees in the spring.

28: I d i o m s

29: He broke out in a cold sweat. He gave me his heart. She was as white as a ghost.

30: I need to recharge my batteries. Break the ice. | Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

31: She watched her baby with an eagle's eye. | He was the black sheep of the family. | Adding fuel to the fire.

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Alicia Driskill
  • By: Alicia D.
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  • Title: Figuratively Speaking: A View From the Middle
  • Seventh Grade English students combine illustrations and figurative language to create their own book.
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  • Published: over 8 years ago

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