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This has to do with the question I asked yesterday--

From the poem 'Beware: Do Not Read This Poem':

"tonite, thriller was abt an ol woman
so vain she surrounded herself w/
many mirrors"

How does the spelling of these words help us see things differently in the poem? I don't understand...


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    What kind of person would write this way? How old might this person be? Who might be watching this program? What kind of program is it?

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    I don't quite understand what you're saying Guru...


  • Literature -

    THRILLER WAS A TV PROGRAM and mostly old ppl use words liek that . Slang I guess

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