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    You waste no time in evoking the deepest and...

    You waste no time in evoking the deepest and darkest of our human emotions...a truly gripping poem. The language is direct and crisp, which only adds to the effectiveness. Not particularly elegant, I...
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    Here goes (these really are my all time favorites...

    Here goes (these really are my all time favorites at the moment, and they are ranked in order from best to worst):

    The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
    Harry Potter and the Order of...
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    Absolutely. I found that to be an invaluable tool...

    Absolutely. I found that to be an invaluable tool when I was learning to write, and now I'm writing short stories with ease...well kinda, to my heart's content. Learn the rudiments before you try...
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    I happened upon this thread purely by accident,...

    I happened upon this thread purely by accident, and I must say, I'm pleasantly surprised. The poems I've read here all flow so easily, and your choice of language is absolutely exquisite. If I could,...
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    I would say that it Anthony's death was...

    I would say that it Anthony's death was implied...I totally agree with you Virgil, I don't think the history went that far.
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    qimissung! Thank you so much! Perhaps I'll have...

    qimissung! Thank you so much! Perhaps I'll have to read "Girl, Interrupted". I would definitely encourage that; that's such a great idea! I'd love to see what you come up with.

    Haha, honestly...
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    Jersea, Thank you so much for responding! I've...

    Jersea,

    Thank you so much for responding! I've been trying to tell people that I LOVE COMMENTS...haha but you're the only one who understands me, so thank you. Oh do respond with a poem, I promise...
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    Hey guys...probably been awhile since this thread...

    Hey guys...probably been awhile since this thread last had anything written on it, but please check out this poem! You know how I love comments!!

    Untitled

    Where does the soul meet the mind?
    Is...
  9. Haha you liked seeing him get thrown out...wow...

    Haha you liked seeing him get thrown out...wow jersea. I still have to catch up, (angry face) but in the meantime could I perhaps get a more in-depth synopsis...only to test your knowledge of Book...
  10. Prince, I must admit this is a hell of a...

    Prince, I must admit this is a hell of a poem...well done. I'd love to see your perspective on it, but mine is as follows:

    Hitler originally proclaimed that he would wipe the blight of depression...
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    Really, how sad. I think we should remember his...

    Really, how sad. I think we should remember his good moments...i.e, with the Jackson 5, Thriller. He truly was the KING of Pop. R.I.P. Michael.
  12. Sorry to be late with this one Jersea, but just...

    Sorry to be late with this one Jersea, but just to clarify - you give the impression that he, well, gave in to the Catholic Church - but why do you think it was because of his youthful character? Are...
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    Ah you found me! Well excellent then, I'm glad...

    Ah you found me! Well excellent then, I'm glad you enjoyed them. I'll be coming out with some more shortly, don't worry. Thanks very much, I enjoy yours as well. See ya around.
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    Sophia - I not sure exactly if I know you just...

    Sophia - I not sure exactly if I know you just yet, but your thread caught my eye. This was amazing...nice piece of work. Its meaning slightly alludes me, but I love the imagery and the sound of it...
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    A Canto for Insanity Oh foolish mortal, You...

    A Canto for Insanity

    Oh foolish mortal,
    You dare invoke Melpomene’s wrath?
    It seems you are the one who does not understand the danger of these notes.
    And you speak of deeds undone; is this...
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    Jersea - I love it. Really, I absolutely love it....

    Jersea - I love it. Really, I absolutely love it. It's funny, I just read books 1-6 of the Aeneid just a few hours ago, so all of your allusions really resonated with me! Dido, Circe...you're imagery...
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    Qimissung, thank you so much! I really do like...

    Qimissung, thank you so much! I really do like your poem as well. But thank you, you really do inspire me to write more. Hopefully I'll be seeing more from you soon?
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    Yeah, I could see another side of it; another...

    Yeah, I could see another side of it; another completely different interpretation.
    Just curious: How did you mean for it to be interpreted?
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    Wow...I'm a bit confused as to the whole meaning...

    Wow...I'm a bit confused as to the whole meaning of the poem, but it's very nice nonetheless. I can tell that I got an ultimate sense of foreboding; perhaps fear of death or (dare I say) fear of fear...
  20. The White Goddess...sounds interesting already....

    The White Goddess...sounds interesting already. Thanks for the massive list, it'll be good reading, I'm sure.
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    Well, I'm not sure if you know your theaters...

    Well, I'm not sure if you know your theaters around the states as well, but I'll be traveling to New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, and possibly North Carolina through July; any good places to see...
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    Wow! Fancy finding one of your poems here....I...

    Wow! Fancy finding one of your poems here....I really enjoyed the imagery in this one! It's really quite amazing how you can so easily paint pictures in my mind. And I think I owe you a poem, no?
    ...
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    Wow! I was just pondering the mermaid stanza...

    Wow! I was just pondering the mermaid stanza awhile ago! What a coincidence.
    Generally, I interpret them to enhance the general meaning of the poem, as in enhance the idea of passivity. The...
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    Hm...Depends on what book is at home! Would...

    Hm...Depends on what book is at home!

    Would you clone yourself for a $1000?
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    Well, these are the novels I've had to read so...

    Well, these are the novels I've had to read so far in my high school career, as far as I can remember:

    Beowulf
    The Joy Luck Club (Tan)
    The Odyssey (Fagles translation)
    Of Mice and Men...
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