In 1968, Synectics, Inc, an independent educational research group, published an excellent set of classroom materials that encouraged the conscious use of metaphor to stimulate creative thinking and, subsequently, original writing. With a few simple Logo procedures, your students can generate individualized metaphors to inspire their creative writing. And unlike consumable instructional supplies, this type of Logo output is rarely repetitive and never exhausted.
Harris, J. (1988). The stranger, the better. Logo Exchange, 7(2), 14-15.