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2) After reading the poem, what can you conclude about the moon?

A. She is mad at the sun because she is tired and he is keeping her up.
B. She thinks the night is her territory, not the sun’s. *** ??
C. She is glad the sun is there to shine with her, because it’s fun.
D. She envies the sun’s brightness.

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