With the right gardening-tools and guided training, you can turn a plain garden into flowery beds.
What’s Flowery Language?
Figurative language adds colour to your writing. Writing in literal language is a skill by itself but when you are able to blend figurative language with literal language skillfully you will raise your standards of writing in English. You may want to hide what you want to actually say or write and that is when you want to write with figures of speech. The art of good writing is assessed with the skillful and balanced-use of figurative and literal language.
The phrase ‘flowery language’ got its wide-use from poetry and literature. It is likened to colourful icing on an otherwise plain cake. The plain cake though rich in content and calories with fruit and other ingredients in it, seldom appears appetizing or attractive to the eyes. The icing adds colour, design, imagination and attractiveness to the plain cake. Colourful butterflies get attracted to colourful flowers. Writing pieces become attractive with figurative language skilfully used in it. The use of metaphors, hyperboles, literary devices and many more can be learned with practice Join the elite class of writers at an early age and reap the benefits of writing potentials.
“What are men to rocks and mountains?”
Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice