Just as a Caterpillar Comes out of its Cocoon, So we Must Come out of our Comfort Zone We all know what happens to a caterpillar when the time comes that they would be going out of their cocoons— they become a beautiful butterfly. When you construct an analogy, be certain that the familiar or known side of the analogy is really familiar and known to your reader.
It was full of mystique and "he was lucky to get away with it.
At first, it would just be an ordinary ride where you would make simple turns but in the middle of the ride, there would be sudden twists and turns, or the best part when you would seem to fly and at the middle of your flight, there would be a sudden halt and you just find yourself screaming because you are falling.
And sure enough: "They're about six feet tall, pounds. Metaphors and similes are tools used to draw an analogy. Just as a Sword is the Weapon of a Warrior, a Pen is the Weapon of a Writer When warriors fight on the battlefield, they would use the sword.
Here, the poet constructs an analogy between clouds and mares.