How does the metaphor, "As the lily among thorns, so is my love among the daughters" affect the meaning of this excerpt?


It suggests that the speaker's love is beyond comparison.


It indicates that the speaker is giving his beloved flowers.


It shows that the speaker prefers weeded gardens, full of lilies.


It conveys that the speaker's love will soon wither and die.

friedpickles  May 29, 2018

you cant compare thorns and lilies since lilies dont have thorns, so must be the first answer.

Guest May 30, 2018

A metapaphor..

friedpickles  May 30, 2018

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