Monday, November 17, 2008

Metaphorically Speaking

I have heard, well I have been told, that I generally speak in a more Hebraic structure using many metaphors and similes when expressing or explaining something, or simply talking in general.

Due to curiosity I have looked up the word "Metaphor" just to see what the actual meaning is.

A figure of speech in which one thing is likened to another different thing by being spoken of as if it were that other; implied comparison, in which a word or phrase ordinarily and primarily used of one thing is applied to another (e.g., screaming headlines, "all the world's a stage"): distinguished from simile.

1 comment:

servingHimblind said...

did perhaps a certain Howard Morgan or his beloved spouse make that observation about your speech patterns?

Warmth for Winter

* Burnt-orange nail polish
*feather-down, fleece-lined blanket
*Hot "English Breakfast" tea, if a tsp. of whipped honey
*Pictures of tropical islands
*knitted scarf
*An adorable puppy to sit on your lap
*blazing fire
* Basic Message Oil
6 tsp. carrier oil of your choice
8 srops of essential/ fragerance oil of your choice
Blend the two together, well. Warm up the oil before using - make sure to message between your fingers and your cuticals.
.... any questions?