i would just keeping going with it.
if you are trying to do a long sentence into a separate paragraph i wouldn't do that but you could break up "a long" metaphor sentence into two,
B- It conveys the idea that the kite moves with impressive grace and majesty, like a bird of prey.
B. It conveys the idea that the kite moves with impressive grace and majesty, like a bird of prey.
"Kwan gazed out at her brother and heard his shrieks of delight as he tried to direct their marvelous flying creation. She watched it wheel, spin, and dive—a wild, colorful bird putting on an aerial display. Its gold and red crepe-paper wings fluttered in the air, mimicking the flight of a predatory bird surveying the landscape for prey. It swooped and dived, perhaps discovering a possible meal, and then went airborne again to avoid the rocky terrain below. Min was the falconer, guiding his bird on its path through the sky, not yet ready to call it back to the ground.
These lines support the answer (B).
i will work on it
It creates a sense of awe and wonder at Min's mastery of the kite.
Took the test