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Blueberry Muffin



Blueberry Muffin

 I, We, You, He, She, It
 Our siege concrete,
 Around the muffin of grammar
 Take its bite, without any error,
 Take it easy, without being tense
 Think past, present, future with sense,
Am, is, and are to be for verbs
 While using keep cool nerves,
Don’t be nervous, don’t be tense
Enjoy muffin with good sentence,
 Be active, be not passive
 Let your voice be assertive,
 With complex clauses, be not in blues
 Don’t rely on indirect clues,
 Using simple phrases be merry
 Relish the muffin blueberry.
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