Analysis of The Squirrel poem
Mildred Bowers Armstrong 1901 (Unknown)
He wore a question mark for tail An overcoat of gray He sat up straight to eat a nut He liked to tease and play And if we ran around his tree He went the other way.
|Letters per line (avg)||127|
|Words per line (avg)||37|
|Letters per stanza (avg)||127|
|Words per stanza (avg)||37|
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Written on January 01, 1967
Submitted by siddharthdinesh4 on July 28, 2021
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