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Which rhyming couplet from phillis wheatley’s “on imagination” contains an inverted sentence? “now here, now there, the roving fancy flies, till some lov’d object strikes her wand’ring eyes,” “to tell her glories with a faithful tongue, ye blooming graces, triumph in my song.” “whose silken fetters all the senses bind, and soft captivity involves the mind.” “imagination! who can sing thy force? or who describe the swiftness of thy course? ”

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The third answer is the correct answer