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Love is a surgeon
Love can cut into your flesh like a scalpel
Love can operate upon your heart
Love can circumcise you
Perhaps you don't believe it
But i know. Love operates
Upon your skin, your hair, your gait
For Love there is no remedy
Except the surgeon's scalpel.
-Gunnar Ekelof
9. line 8 suggests that love is:
a. a disease
b. an image
c. formless
d. hair-care product
my answer is A.
10. the last two lines suggest that:
a. love will keep us alive
b. the cure to the disease is the disease
c. the surgeon is always right
d. the first cut is the deepest and no medical procedure can change that.
my answer is B!
is it correct? can you please help me.

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  1. Again, this one makes no sense to me. I'm sorry. =(

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  2. oh.. it's okay teacher. :) just wish me luck in our quiz!

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  3. I certainly do wish you luck!!

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