I Poem for Two Voices.
Beth Frye. Appalachian State University. Stanza One. And we are And we are. I live.
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I wonder. I hear. I see. I want. Similarly we Similarly we. Stanza Two. I always. On the other hand, I always. I pretend. I feel. I touch.
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I worry. I cry. I excel. And we both And we both. Stanza Three. I understand. I say. Yet I say.
I dream. I try.
I hope. I was once.
And most importantly we And most importantly we. I live where you live-this may include your habitat, or city, state, country, etc.
I wonder something you are actually curious about. I hear an imaginary sound. I see an imaginary sight.
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Similarly we how the two are the same; can be restated or new information. I pretend something you actually pretend to do I feel a feeling about something imaginary I touch an imaginary touch I worry something that really bothers you I cry something that makes you very sad.
I excel something you are good at doing I am the first line of the poem repeated. And we both how the two are the same; can be restated or new information. I understand something you know is true I say something you believe in. I was once describes how you have changed I am the first line of the poem repeated.
And most importantly we the most important way that represents how the two are the same. And we are.
Whereas I live. While I wonder. But I hear. However, I see. Yet I want. Similarly we. While I pretend.
Yet I feel. While I touch. Yet I worry. But I cry.
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Whereas I excel. And we both. While I understand.
But I dream. Although I try.
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While I hope. Whereas I was once. And most importantly we.