Tag Archives: metaphors

Are there unmixed metaphors?

Your complaint about mixed metaphors really amounts to your preference of “purity.”

“Mixed race” children may have multiple identity crises.

Soon, though, new articulations of “mixing” metaphors may very well reverse the scale of values.

Being, doing, having.

What a load of metaphors.

Mixed metaphors for mixed experiences.

History for post-moderns is the common time constantly slipping through their fingers.

Grandparents, overseas and buried.

I “literally” miss you, who were metaphors of kinship to me.