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·         Amount of stanzas: 9 ·         Amount of lines: 54 ·         Average number of words per line: 6 ·         Mood of the speaker: o    There are many exclamation marks in the poem. The speaker is excited. He or she has strong feelings on the subject that is described in the poem. o    
 The author has used lexical (word) repetitions to emphasize a significant image: "he" is repeated. 
 The author also has used the same word 'he' at the beginning of some stanzas. The poem The Mad Gardener's Song by Lewis Carroll contains the several disjointed stanzas which have a stupid mad logic as a common factor. The first line of each stanza begins with “He thought he saw...” And the third line of each stanza with “He looked again, and found it was…” This revised vision leads the persona to a conclusion in the last two lines of each stanza. However, the conclusion does not match the premise from which it is drawn. It's meant to be crazy and ridi


S + V + O || Subject + Verb + Object Simple Past Tense S + Past Form of the Verb + O  E.g. He wrote a letter. Past Continuous Tense S + was/were + V + ING + O  E.g. I was writing a letter.   Past Perfect Tense S + had + Past Participle (PP.) of the Verb + O  E.g. She had written a letter.   Past Perfect Continuous Tense S + had been + V + ING + O + since/for  E.g. We had been writing a letter since morning. Simple Present Tense S + V + O  E.g. You write a letter. Present Continuous Tense S + is/am/are + V + ING + O  E.g. She is writing a letter. Present Perfect Tense S + has/have + Past Participle (PP.) of the Verb + O  E.g. They have written a letter. Present Perfect Continuous Tense S + has been/have been + V + ING + O + since/for  E.g. You have been writing a letter for three hours. Simple Future Tense S + will/shall + V + O  E.g. We shall write a letter. Future Continuous Tense S + will be/shall be + V + ING + O  E.g. She will be co