What are examples of a metaphor and consonance in Anne Sexton's poem "Her Kind"?

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A metaphor is a direct comparison between two things. For instance, the expression "your words are music to my ears" is a metaphor comparing what someone has said to music. Now that you have that definition, reread the poem and see if you can find any lines where the speaker compares herself...

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