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queenhenry


Name: queen henry
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16.05 Years 1.61 Quote:
it is hard to comply when instructed to 'be yourself' unless what comes closest to a central self is the one you are when you are unaware of yourself, and when you are happy without knowing it.


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Featured: A Yellow Ribbon Story

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 Insensitive Men in Blue Uniforms
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 A Tale
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 Not Very Good At Being Weak
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::Longing : Class : Poetry :
 Coffee For My Lady
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 that's what changed
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 Peter Pan
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 The Faceless Lover
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 PMS (bitter coffee for a bitter heart)
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 Jack-in-the-Box
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 as ordinary as you could possibly get
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Thank you so much for the comment. Also, I did have a pheonix in mind when I wrote On Glass Wings, but it changed as the poem progressed.
| Posted on 2006-09-25 00:00:00 | by causticprincess - [ Reply to This ] -
  
Thank you so much for your kind comment! I'm glad you enjoyed it. It's one of the few poems of mine that I can actually read and be proud of. lol Anyways, thanks again!
~Michelle~
| Posted on 2006-09-24 00:00:00 | by xXxAlicexXx - [ Reply to This ] -
  
You are so very kind. I don't really see myself as a poet - more as a wordsmith. Words like yours give such impetus to my writing, thank you.

Donald
| Posted on 2006-09-24 00:00:00 | by siradrian - [ Reply to This ] -
  
Hello there

Thanks so much for your kind comments and the query.
The majority of English speakers in the South of England (about the size of a puddle in Texas), have difficulty with their "th" sounds so the word "tooth" comes out as "toof", "youth" arrives in the air as "yoof" and so on. There is a jolly rhyming alphabet here which starts with "A for horses" In other words "Hay for horses", "B for mutton" equals "Beef or Mutton" And now I realise that the Two 'f or nail has nothing to do with this alphabet but we've had fun.
To tell about Two 'f or nail is a rendition of the old saying about fighting Tooth and nail. So in Southern English - Toof or nail = "Two 'f or nail" Gosh I'm glad I got that off my chest.

Thanks again hopde this windy explanation giv es you much pleasure.

Donald
| Posted on 2006-09-24 00:00:00 | by siradrian - [ Reply to This ] -



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