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Fraction
Ludy Bührs
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Out of Control
Ludy Bührs
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Nympho
Mary Jane Trujillo
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WE NEED TO BE BETTER
Napz
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Explaining My Complaining
Steve Cochrane
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Whisper
Lawrence S. Pertillar
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No handrail
Norbert Tasev
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Rose is so beautiful
Rosemarie Wheeler
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A Lesson on Life
TommyD
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A Black-List
Ambrose Bierce
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Catching Shit
Ludy Bührs
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Memory
K. Maxwell
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"Dad" By Michael
Prof. Terrance L Cassidy
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.heartbreak.
Samantha O'Dell
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A Different Kind Of Sexy
Eugene Hetler
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A Fairly Sad Tale
Dorothy Parker
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A new poem! "What message are you sending?
Carl Semien
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A novel idea in the 60’s…to the present
Chris Goddard
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A Picture
John Henry Newman
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A poem
Thomas C. Ankenbruck
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A Song of Rain
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
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Alignment
UnityPoetry by Nicholas S Seigel
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An Alphabet of Celebrities
Oliver Herford
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An Ode : On Exodus iii. 14
Matthew Prior
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Answers
Akasha McMeekan
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A figure of speech that compares two unlike things using "like" or "as" is called a _______.
A hyperbole
B simile
C personification
D metaphor