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Made a graphic explaining what I call 'hierarchy verse,' and then it hit me: this isn't really working.
George Vernon Hudson
arose and put his duds on.
He'd spent an hour raving
that he invented daylight saving.
Other last refuges of scoundrels include ambition, jactitation, nimbyism, the dog track, talus caves, online atheism, and nostalgia.
Workforce's work forks.
Certain curtains' subtle rustle.
Catmint in badminton.
Thor Heyerdahl's door-hire stall.
An anaphor is used to avoid repetition, as a substitution, and I would suggest that this is the first purpose of a metaphor, as well.
This is how the first horse to have shod itself must have felt.
Q: I have two arms but do not fidget. I have a back but do not itch it. What am I?
A: A chair.