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  1. 1. I like the way the poet goes in and out of voices to change his tone.
    2. The poet talked about a very controversial topic.
    3. He gave an outlook of the topic from both points of views.
    4. He used his voice and facial expressions all together.
    5. He painted a very vivid picture in our minds with his use of tone.

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