Shel Silverstein Personification Poems?

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Shel Silverstein's poem that uses personification is 'Gumeye Ball.' The personification occurs on page 68 in the book 'A light in the Attic'.
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"Gumeye Ball" in the book A Light In the Attic, p. 68.
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