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  1. NOT a love poem :)

    [just a quick note, the first word of the 11th line should read like the english word "hey." I wrote he not as in the english word but as in the sanskrit prayer (he krishna karuna sindho etc...) which shound sound as "hey"]

    We labored for twenty days under the dark and storm-grey skies,
    and threw ourselves down with great relief, upon the sea-swept ground,
    we kissed the ground and cried in glee,
    our arms and souls spread wide as we embraced ...

    Updated 10-30-2008 at 03:13 PM by NikolaiI

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  2. Paper

    by , 10-30-2008 at 02:46 PM (The Lit Net Monthly News)
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    This is just a test entry. In the first week of next month there will be a monthly newsletter/ Paper blogged on the forum. so keep an eye out!
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  3. Starry Night

    Inspired by Van Gouhgs Starry Night. Done with olil crayons

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  4. The Sonnet: Shelley, Pushkin & Rossetti


    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) was born at Field Place, Sussex. Although energetic, imaginative & mischievous as a child he was eventually educated at Eton & Oxford. At Oxford he read radical authors such as Paine & Godwin & in March 1811 was summarily rusticated (expelled) for distributing a pamphlet entitled The Necessity of Atheism with his friend T.J. Hogg. He was drowned in August 1822 when his small schooner the 'Ariel' sank in a squall. To her dying day Mary Shelley
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    Updated 07-21-2009 at 01:54 PM by Red-Headed

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  5. Skull Mask

    This is the Skull mask I made for the Day of the Dead

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