Can You Guess Who I Am?

Can You Guess Who I Am? short poem

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I am the Reason for a process
With many steps in progress
To save time,money and distress
To lead a program to success

I am treated by priority
Considered by severity
By the testing authority
To maintain product clarity

I was born cause of the flaws
Which results in the gnaws
Tested without a pause
According to the laws

Sometimes I am hard to find
As I may be two of a kind
Which requires a clever mind
Or the progress may be confined

I am given a title
In my life cycle
Opened as new
Followed by steps a few

I may be small
But threatened by all
Cleared with a constant trawl
In a model called waterfall.

I am the “DEFECT” in Testing.

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