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For Her

by William Jackson on 2004-06-22

“She” is a subject pronoun. It is used to replace a femaleʼs name when the female in question is performing the action of the sentence. “Her” is a predicate pronoun. Use it everywhere else.

The rug burn turned out a bit worse than I thought,
But donʼt worry; I got it for her.Swimming and sauna-ing sure hit the spot;
It was hot but I sweated for her.

Remember that time that we talked in the rain?
Iʼve done it before and Iʼll do it again.Those pleasant-type memories always remain,
For her.