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June 07, 2009


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Yay! The new chapter in your book, "Parade of History!"
1. WOW! I'm stunned and oddly impressed by the utter crappiness of those lines! I THINK he's trying to say, 'If you want to wander by yourself, I'll understand.' But I wouldn't bet a nickel on it. "Flatulent" indeed!

2.Tennyson probably said "Leaf me alone!"

3. Lucia's husband!
"He had been watching for her ... while he meditated on one of the little prose poems which formed so delectable a contribution to the culture of Riseholm..... Today the prose poem 'Lonliness' had not been getting on very well....."

a thousand shades of twilight

Yay! Thanks, Elizabeth!
1. You're a better person than I am to be able to glean that much!
2. Ha! I love it!
3. I love that too - Old Alfred would fit in perfectly at Riseholm and would no doubt be feted...



a thousand shades of twilight

Ha! One of my favourite words!

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