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Prove Your Poetic Prowess With This Quiz On Poetry Terms

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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

"Some day Ko-pe-tah will find the way in here," laughed Old Solitary.
Wash-m-pe-shee, the Madman; a distinguished warrior; full length.
And would it not pe petter to be cooed friends without more of the matter?
"You have the authority of my extended hand," conceded Pe-lung readily, raising it as he spoke.
"I come to buy an imitation pig-tail to pass for one," replied Pe-lung, with quiet composure.
From beneath a well-ruled eyebrow Pe-lung continued to observe him closely.
"This assurance gladdens my face, no less for your sake than for my own," declared Pe-lung heartily.
An average pe weighs, complete, about a pound and a half, while a foil weighs approximately one-third less.
He vandt to pe in ze bataille: he vas in ze bataille—seven lance troo 'im, seven; Peecton, Inglis Officer.
My young marster 'low dat I des come in time, kaze he mighty nigh pe'sh'd fer sumpin' 'n'er good ter eat.

WORDS RELATED TO PE

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