What is the meaning of this figure of speech?: "I'm tired of bein on the road, lonely as a robin in the rain."
I know this is a simile, but what does it mean exactly?
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Birds don't usually fly in the rain. They are hidden in large trees or bushes. So if someone is as lonely as a robin in the rain, he would be all alone.
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