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This is more like a double sentence that can be developed. From my point of view what happens is that it rests a lot of time on the tonic, adding that the harmony is basic.
When you have several elements in basic expression such as the harmony, the rhythmic pattern in eighth notes in arpeggio, then to make the piece stand out you have the melody.  Which appears in a first part as pointed, without ornamentation, and in a second part based on scales.
Curiously, without being conscious, you use as an ending a Cudworth cadence (used in the galant style, and which we have ingrained in our brains).

In conclusion, perhaps it is a good start to, in repetition, generate alternative harmony and embellish the melodies. That's what I would do.

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