Parts of speech poems

This is how to see a noun
A bird on a tree that is brown

A pronoun is used when you can’t see
That we are different from he and she

An adjective will do a mime
With a heavy, attractive and fancy rhyme

And on days when we use verbs
We will speak, drive and drink herbs

Prepositions will be open fields
Instead of something beneath shields

On the adverbs tree, we will sing sweetly
Of very warm hearts that loved us wrong yearly

A conjunction could be a priest
For you and me or us all, but not the northeast

For all these, we need an interjection
Aha! You have my affection.

LARDO.

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