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Prove Your Poetic Prowess With This Quiz On Poetry Terms

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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

I forget him most of the time, but nows and thens he speaks up and gives me to understand he's there all right.
PIPPIN; A WANDERING FLAMELAURA E. RICHARDS
I come here and prayed, nows and thens, when I thought maybe a Sunday would be about doo.
TREASURE ISLANDROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Shove off, shove off; nows your time, for the under–current is failing her.
CRADOCK NOWELL, VOL. 2 (OF 3)RICHARD DODDRIDGE BLACKMORE
Nows our chance to get back while the guns are socking it into em.
GRAPES OF WRATHBOYD CABLE
Nows our chance to make an end of this customer for once and all!
Well, the thing is if you ever thought of doing anything nows your time.
CHAINSELIZABETH BAKER
We have also discovered that the longest life is but a succession of nows.
If hes going to be seasick nows his chance, mused Tom, for there was now quite a decided roll to the ship.
The Places have their own nows, the now of the Big Time we're on, but that's different and it's not made for real living.
THE BIG TIMEFRITZ REUTER LEIBER
We do hear of old Nanny, that cometh by nows and thens for waste victuals, that daft Madge is something sick.
JOYCE MORRELL'S HARVESTEMILY SARAH HOLT

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