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The line "A tree whose hungry mouth is prest" is an example of iambic
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User: The line "A tree whose hungry mouth is prest" is an example of iambic

Weegy: The line "A tree whose hungry mouth is prest" is an example of iambic tetrameter.


User: Who are the "fools" mentioned in the poem "Trees"? A. Gods B. Robins C. Poets D. Trees

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Poets are the "fools" mentioned in the poem "Trees".
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