Figurative language 2: A metaphor is a comparison without using the words like or as. In the story of in the time of the butterflies, Alvarez uses a metaphor to express Trujillo as the devil. This phrase was used when Sinita had spoke about Trujillo's secret to Minerva. At this point in the story, comparing Trujillo to a devil was very ironic because since the beginning everyone had expressed/thought about him as a God. When Sinita said he was a devil a very dark image of this dictator…
The legends go that the first incubus was born of a demon and angel. Abandoned by both parents on earth, he became jealous and searched for a way to increase his power so as to destroy them. He found that through sex he was able to absorb the life force of a human.
Just woke up from a nightmare. I was prophesied in the dream that i would fight the devil and kill him, later i was being carried by my throat up my stairs and i turned my body in its hand, stared it in the face, and said I'm going to kill you. To which it smiled, and i woke up shaking. I'm scared to go back to sleep and want someone to hold me :(
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