Assignment #1- Poetry

Assignment #1- Poetry - b In his rage my father would bang...

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Damon Barnett January 7, 2008 Assignment #1 1. a. Life is like a box of chocolates: sometimes you get something bad, but usually something good is close by. b. Life is like a box of chocolates: the experience will pass you by if you don’t slow down and enjoy each part. 2. a. Life is like a race: you may lose from time to time, but if you give it your all your going to come out better than you started. b. Life is like a book: there is a beginning, middle and end, and at the end you feel wiser. 3. a. Poetry is like an ancient language that is sometimes hard to decipher. b. Poetry is like a game of chess: you must calculate each move as you inch along. 4. a. In his rage my father would bang on the wall like a massive wrecking ball.
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Unformatted text preview: b. In his rage my father would bang on the wall like a world-class boxer. 5. a. Among her new in laws the young wife was as nervous as a child on the first day of school. b. Among her new in laws the young wife was as nervous as agoraphobiac in an open field. 6. a. I paced the room as restless as a child on Christmas Eve. b. I paced the room as restless as an insomniac in bed. 7. a. Like a demolished building his smile suddenly collapsed. b. Like withering flower his smile suddenly collapsed. 8. a. It was the sycamore in the front yard, swaying like a graceful belly dancer. b. It was the sycamore in the front yard, swaying like a drunkard on his way home from the bar....
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