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6. HOBBES-POETRY

Which of the following poems was written by Hobbes?
(a) And who could make my heart feel woozy? / Only thou, my fair sweet Susie.
(b) There's a rhyme and reason to the wild outdoors / When the heart of this star-crossed voyager beats in time with yours.
(c) The zebra's stripes are lacking hues / And can't compare to you-know-whose.
(d) I noticed something pooling, a thick and slimy trail. / Then I realized it was drooling, and began to scream and wail.