Spell Checker
        Poem


   We are all aware there is no spell-check or              grammar-check software capable of making 
   all the corrections on every document.  If 
   anyone doubts this, here is a poem to prove 
   the point.  Sorry, we do not know the name 
   of its clever author but sincerely thank her 
   or him and gladly share the poem with you:



               The Spell Checker 

       Eye halve a spelling chequer
       It came with my pea sea
       It plainly marques four my revue
       Miss steaks eye kin knot sea.

       Eye strike a key and type a word
       And weight four it two say
       Weather eye am wrong oar write
       It shows me strait a weigh.

       As soon as a mist ache is maid
       It nose bee fore two long
       And eye can put the error rite
       Its rare lea ever wrong.

       Eye have run this poem threw it
       I am shore your pleased two no
       Its letter perfect awl the weigh
       My chequer tolled me sew. 





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