And then I remember what it was like to see snow in the early morn. Snowflakes falling, icy roads, rustic knotty pine cabins nestled amid the tall trees.
SIMILE is a literary technique that writers use in order to show similarities between two different things. Writers use the words “like” or “as” to make comparisons. In Leila Devlin’s poem, Summer Vacation, we notice that she uses the word “like” to compare… Read More ›