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each of two or more words having the same spelling or pronunciation but different meanings and origins (e.g. pole1 and pole2)
Homonyms are words with
Two meanings that we know,
Words like gross and match and light,
And pile and park and row,
Your boat out deep into the river
But be careful what you drink,
Because the last thing you want to see
Is your boat begin to sink,
On the kitchen bench
Right beneath the clock,
And the sink has been made from
A granite sort of rock,
The baby too and fro,
Until she is resigned,
To a lullaby made of homonyms,
Like down and just and kind.
Copyright © Lewis Raynes | Year Posted 2018
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