Paula Koneazny: Grammar Lessons

11. An exclamation mark cannot decide the type of run-on you have:


I rush into the landscape         until (alas!)  I run out           I quit 
the flowering plum      in its black plastic pot             reminiscent of                                                

his attentions               airy, avian, alighting at the foot of     an immense shy white
drifts over       lavender too, lavender in the cookie
art is jumping

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