The Last Word (ASL Poem)

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#ASL28Challenge
Day 16: ASL Signs

Image description: Eric Epstein, a white young man with short hair, wearing a green T-shirt. He is standing between bookshelves and in front of a white wall. His hands are pressed against his body.

Gloss: FIRST WORD COME-TO-ME CUTE/SMALL THEY TAKE/BREAK-WORD-APART SYLLABLE/FALL-DEAD SECOND WORD COME-TO-ME TALL THEY TACKLE BIG-WORD CHOP SYLLABLE/PART LAST WORD COME-TO-ME SHH RUN SPIN SIGN SOUND CATCH CAN’T SIGN FREE/SAFE. THEY WATCH DEAFNESS BUTTERFLY SMEAR-BUTTER FLY ALLOW TOUCH-ALLOW LET GUNSHOT ENGLISH WAR(both hands initialized) WAR(one hand initialized) WAR(no hand initialized) COME-TOGETHER BREAK-FREE-FROM-ENGLISH SIGN SUPPORT THEY-WATCH-ME SUPPORT S S THROW-ME-AWAY COME-TOGETHER WATCH FRUIT THROW VEGETABLE THROW SHRINK STARVE THERE LANGUAGE PICK PLANT GROW SIGN EXPAND.

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