# engilsh

I cant figure out the answer to dis queston.

What type of poem is this?
Bounce, bounce,
Oh, bouncing ball,
In the gym or in the hall,
On the rim against the wall,
Off the head, off the foot,
On the court or out of bounds,
Bounce, Bounce, Bounce,
Oh, bouncing ball
bounce, bounce,

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1. Make it into the shape of a ball please.

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posted by Aeliayo

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4. narrative, concrete, limerick, haiku

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6. concrete?

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7. Yes.

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8. thanks!

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9. You are welcome.

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