Willa Winston

(Chicago, Illinois)

What Kind Of Language - Poem by Willa Winston

What kind of Language uses
words like Weigh and Way,
Grey and Gray? What kind of Language
Has words like hair and
Hare, Their and There? What Effect does the
Admission have when it
Affects one's admittance? And something's not right,
With seventy-one ways
To use the word "light".


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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