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A slash of blue, a sweep of gray, some scarlet patches on the way, compose an evening sky
A little purple -slipped between-some ruby trousers hurried on a wave of gold a bank of day this just makes out the morning sky
Question, the poet compares the sky to a person a. dancing, b. just waking up, c. putting on clothes, d. finding hidden treasure

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    It would help if you put the poem in its separate lines. Please retype.

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