is simplified representation of a soft ware process,presented from specific perispective.
I assume you are looking for a 'metaphor' for soft. There could be any number of metaphors you might use to describe how soft something or someone is. Here are a few examples: Kitten soft - which you might use to describe a scarf or some other luxurious item of clothing. Rather unkindly people are sometimes described as being 'soft as sh*te', or perhaps less offensively ' as soft as butter' Perhaps more poetically you could describe a touch as being 'as soft as an angel's kiss', or 'as soft as angel tears'. You might hear someone talk about 'a soft option' in which case the word 'soft' itself becomes the metaphor to help clarify the quality of the option. Basically if you can think of something which has a soft quality such as marshmallow, duck down, water from a mountain stream, a piece of music, a whispy cloud, etc. you have the basis of a metaphor.
For musical notation, pp stands for pianissimo, which means very softly, and ppp stands for piano possible, which is as soft as possible.If you want to gradually get softer in volume, you would write a diminuendo (dim), which simply means, gradually softer as you play. Hope that was helpful!
Moses had a sweet and soft voice
Soft, softere, softest Soft, more soft, most soft Hair, pillow, boobs.
Soft (i.e. This fabric is soft): Doux Soft (i.e. This orange is too soft. I won't buy it): Mou
Soft-air is a rip off of Air-soft
Some phrases with "As soft as":As soft as a baby's bottomAs soft as silk
mainly soft wood
Birds are soft because they are covered in feathers, which are soft.
Comparative form for "soft" is "more soft"!!