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Poetry Anthology

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Poem by Another Author and Critique


Sue's Walk

There once was a girl names Sue,

she didn't know what to do.

She went for a walk,

but not to the dock,

instead she went to the forest.

She sat down and had a rest.

When she woke up,

she saw a buttercup.

She went to go get it,

but then had a big fit.

She must not pick only one,

that would not be fun.

She had to pick more,

more then just four.

In front was a daisy,

behind was a pansy.

There were so many others,

to give to her mother.

She ran quickly home,

to put by the gnome.

Terms/poetic devices: Poem has a rhyming pattern.



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