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By: Dana Holland Presented by: Amanda Ritchie
As she stood there, strong and tall. I wonder what she thought
She couldn’t turn away, She was forced to watch it all.
Did she long to offer comfort, as her country bled?
She could not shield her eyes She could not hide her face With her arm forever frozen, high above her head.
Keeping Freedom’s Place. She just stared across the water
The smell of smoke and terror Somehow reduced her size
So small within the harbor but we still recognized…
How dignified and beautiful
On a day so many died
I wonder what she thought And I know she must have cried.
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Poetic Elements 1. Alliteration – Wonder What, She Stood There Strong, Was Watch, Forever Frozen, High above Her Head, Hide Her, Smell of Smoke, Somehow reduced her Size, So Small, Day so many Died, Wonder What. 2.Rhyme/Perfect Rhyme/End Rhyme – Tall-all, bled-head, face- place, sized-recognized, died-cried 3.Near Rhyme – Recognized-dignified, terror-harbor. 4. Meter –A,B,C,B,D,E,F,E,G,H,I,H,J,K,L,K,M,N,O,N.