Critics speak of the ineffability of God who, through sacred rhetoric, can be incarnated into the man-made word, the unknown made manifest in the image of his Son. Metaphor creates the vivacious image which ignites the imagination and enables the incommunicable desires of the heart to be expressed in the language of thought. This in turn distills a passionate desire within the Speaker which elicits a response from the Divine.
What happens, when you are trying to express all that, but it isn’t a part of sacred rhetoric or divine poetry, but an examination essay? How do you incarnate the ineffable ideas of a students mind into a coherent language?
Take time, and remember, you are more than just a class mark.