How can you demonstrate the differences in viewpoint in a poem for two voices?
A poem with two voices is a piece with two personae, one of whom may be the poet, speaking. Writing an original poem for two voices -- that is, two characters speaking in one poem -- has many approaches, but the easiest method is to use more than one author's voice in a single piece.
Poems for two voices are usually intended for two people to read aloud; the poem is arranged on the page so that it is clear which lines each person should read. The speakers may read lines alternately and together, as directed by the author.
are you sure
don't just copy things shadow... please actually write them yourself like i did.
and i am sure
I kniw you copied bishop
you searched and typed it in
no i didn't
i know where you found it
no i didn't and how would you know?
thats where you got it
That is not true
am i right @shadow2239
dude, its right there exactly what you typed in
so you did copy it, see
yea... but i didn't copy this time. I swear on my life
i answered it and i copied MY OWN answer
ok i believe you, i guess
you dont have to believe i dont really care... as long as i know i am telling the truth i am not gonna get mad