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I'm searching for a poem that discusses singular and plural nouns. It mentions moose and meese. Also, mouse and mmice. Can you lead me to it?

Towards the end of the page at http://www.geocities.com/mystorytime/moose.htm there are some poems involving moose and meese, though not, I suspect, the one you are after. You might also check the following site: http://www.spellingsociety.org/news/media/poems.php.

I seem to remember such a poem, but can’t find it in my files or on the web. If anyone out there can help, let us know.

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