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Author: Poetry of Rudyard Kipling Type: Poetry Views: 409

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Whether to wend through straight streets strictly,

Trimly by towns perfectly paved;

Or after office, as fitteth thy fancy,

Faring with friends far among fields;

There is none other equal in action,

Sith sheis silent,nimble,unnoisome,

Lordly of leather, gaudily gilded,

Burgeoning brightly in a brass bonnet,

Certain to steer well between wains.


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While I'v never read a Neil Gaiman book, I have heard of this one and a ouple others. The Graveyard Book soudns like such a great read with very intriguing characters! Thanks so much for the great review! :D~Briana x x

| Posted on 2013-11-18 | by a guest

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I recognise so much of this and lgheuad with it all except my son completely incompetent, comes down seconds before I have to drive him to school (hopeless public transport links) expecting a cooked breakfast. Being a short order chef part of the whole domestic grind of being a writer .

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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The one you started with I'm proud of you shluod be in that final list as well. It's the one I still see can light up my pre-teens eyes (even when he doesn't want me to know it). I probably don't use it enough.Thanks for the post. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest

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yesterday I got up and watched surinse with daughter then cleaned entire house before making breakfast at 9.15, it felt bloody fantastic and i will live off the memory for months. thank you for disabusing me of my romantic notions about being a writer and I will probably stick with the post lady stuff for the time being, at least I don't have to check amazon to be sure of some money coming in:-)thanks for sharing, made me smilemartine

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest

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An inltneigelt answer - no BS - which makes a pleasant change

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest

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The way you deliver the megsase to the person being praised is subjective based on the recipients behavioral style.Various ways to praise:- Some love the limelight and want the praise to be very public.- Others prefer a low level interaction behind closed doors.- A gift is preferred vs. words.- Provide them with extra time with their family. Go home early. - Give them a bigger project to work on. Words of praise don't move them as much as greater responsibility.Those are a few.Bottom line. Understand each person's behavioral style and manage according to how they want to be treated. A behavioral assessment can help.

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest

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