Please tell me metaphor and simili from poems dust and snow, fire and ice, a tiger in the zoo, how to tell wild animals, and from the ball poem. Please

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Dust of Snow

: Metaphor is a figure of speech used for comparison

The poet compared snow-flakes falling from the hemlock tree to dust.

Simile:  Simile is a figure of speech used for comparison. The main difference between a simile and metaphor is that a simile uses the words "like" or "as" to draw a comparison.
Eg: Her face glowed as bright as the sun.

In the poem, the poet has not used a simile for comparison.

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