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You do not know how hard I cry,
When I see the letter 'i'
Written as a letter, small,
And not allowed to grow up tall.
There is a part of me that bleeds
Every single time I read
A poem where the punctuation's lacking
It may be style but I think it's slacking.
I get all tied-up in a tizz
When you don't know what enjambment is.
Read it up, why don't you, please
Line breaks don't tell you where to breathe.
Simple things like commas, can,
When mauled by misunderstanding hands,
Be placed like decorations on a face
And never know their rightful place.
A period, our lovely friend,
Denotes where a sentence ends.
So leave him out? I think no,
Unless you want your sentence to go
On and on and on and on
Until the mind is deadened, gone.
Semi-colons, hyphens, dashes,
Each one of these adds splashes
Of punctuated colour upon our page;
They aren't outdated they cannot age.
Punctuation and grammar; two best friends,
Governed by rules that should not b
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