Is ''The wind was roaring around the ship which was as fragile as butterfly's wings.'' correct?

Update:

I know that's an exaggeration, but is it correct grammatically?

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  • 6 months ago
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    The wind mercilessly buffeted the rickety ship.

    ---If you want to create more of a contrast or the image of peril, you can use additional adjectives to describe the ship: old, little, dilapidated, rusty.

    --I like doing these, it's like figuring out a puzzle.

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      6 months agoReport

      Such a beautiful sentence and a great answer. I wish I could give you more than ten points.

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  • 6 months ago

    A ship can't be a fragile as butterfly's wings. It would never get out of the dock.

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      6 months agoReport

      A bit exaggeration to emphasize on it. Is it grammatically correct, however?

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  • Bob
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    6 months ago

    what was fragile, the ship or the wind?

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