Similes and Metaphors 4

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She is as tall and lonely as the mountain-iris, cold and distant.
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The stars sit on a velvet sky.
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His eyebrows jut out like rocks on the sea.
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She is as tender as a May morning.
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The distant city is a band of twinkling gems.
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The sky became a green and orange fan.
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Her dress was as white as the hawthorn buds in May.
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The torn lantern of my hope trembles and sputters in the rain.
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Her lines of poetry are as sweet as flowers, as strong as vines.
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In my heart is the sorrow lies like red leaves buried in snow.
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My happiness is like this sand: I let it run out of my hand.
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The clouds pass over the polished mirror of the sky.
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The moon was a golden petal.
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His cheek was like a rose in the snow.
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My soul is a gorge filled with the warring echoes of song.
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The muscles of his brawny arms are strong as iron bands.
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My breath is the music of the mad wind.
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The sky was green wine held up in the sun.
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The ships assemble at morning like a flock of great blue cranes.
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The spotlight cleaves the darkness like the stroke of a sword.
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