A Punctuated Sentence

An opening (with
extra information
(that isn’t needed!))
comes to pause,
each and either side
about a clause,
and continues to
– parenthetically –
be broken up, compounded,
as [information’s added]
before it closes with a
list: item one; item two;
three, four, and an Oxford comma;
finally, here (now? No…) it
closes with a simple .

 

Image credit – The Writer Magazine

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