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The Sun and Fog contested The Government of Day— The Sun took down his Yellow Whip _______ 2. Which line would complete this poem with a rhyme? To teach the Fog a lesson— And used it against the Fog— And drove the Fog away— But the Fog would not be beaten—

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    And drove the frog away.

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    My pencil broke—I needed one to take my spelling test. I looked into my desk and found one different from the rest. This pencil was not yellow, but a special shade of red. I read the word upon the side: "PLencil" is what it said. I got a piece of paper out to write a spelling word; Instead of writing what I meant, I wrote something absurd! I tried to write down "scientist," but it came out "skyientist"; And on and on the pLencil wrote a crazy spelling list. I know you won't believe me, but a rotten joke's been played, and, Teacher, you just ought to give the pLencil this bad grade. 1. What characteristic from this passage proves it is a poem? the characters the line breaks the use of simile the use of metaphor

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    My pencil broke—I needed one to take my spelling test. I looked into my desk and found one different from the rest. This pencil was not yellow, but a special shade of red. I read the word upon the side: "PLencil" is what it said. I got a piece of paper out to write a spelling word; Instead of writing what I meant, I wrote something absurd! I tried to write down "scientist," but it came out "skyientist"; And on and on the pLencil wrote a crazy spelling list. I know you won't believe me, but a rotten joke's been played, and, Teacher, you just ought to give the pLencil this bad grade. 1. What characteristic from this passage proves it is a poem? the characters the line breaks the use of simile the use of metaphor

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