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The poet's main purpose in writing this poem is probably to make the reader
a) feel the cold of winter
b) imagine the fading of light
c) visualize how lights appear on winter nights
d) understand the difference between natural and artificial light

The poet compares various sources of light to
a) punctuation marks
b) neon signs
c) the end of day
d) the darkness of winter

The poet probably associates streetlights with periods to suggest that streetlight
a) are too dim to be exclamation points
b) signal that something has ended
c) are smaller than the moon
d) represent a change in activity

The poet probably compares the moon to a comma because of its
a) shape
b) location
c) purpose
d) importance

When does winter dark come
a) December
b) early
c) late
d) July

What does the neon sign do
a) puncuates the dark
b) puts its period
c) flash
d) turn off

When does the streetlight come on
a) the morning
b) Tuesday
c) midnight
d) the end of day

What is the poet's name
a) Michael Smith
b) Lilian Moore
c) Nancy Drew
d) Winter Dark

Which of these punctuationmarks is NOT mentioned
a) comma
b) period
c) exclamation point
d) apostrophe

How many stanzas are in this poem
a) 3
b) 15
c) 6
d) 12

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