for Fri. TEA TIME in L.A. (#26)REMINDER: 7-8PM Bronze
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Posted by: forensicpopouri - Apr 19, 2002, 3:56
EOTD BtVS Episode Of
#15/2.3 - SCHOOL HARD
NOTE: Spike & Drusilla
SOTD Sonnets Of
#66-69/154 AND THEN CAME
TWO (4-Sonnet Sequence)
= = = HAIKU FOR
THE HOLY "C"
Back in Shakespeare's
day . . . schooling was rhetorical.
the men, of course.
Elizabeth . . . was a royal girl, of
She trained like the
At age eleven [?] . . . she translated
form. . . .
verse by Supernatural
= = = = = = DAILY
NOTICES / MESSAGES
APRIL IS NATIONAL
PROSE POSTCARDS FROM
* The "C" may
want to look in the rearview mirror
* prunehilda has
donated her Kevlar to the "C." Which shall be put
to good use.
= = = = = = GENERAL
INFORMATION / LINKS
THIS IS NOT
TEA TIME. THIS IS THE CORKBOARD.
Use the Corkboard for messages to
forensicpopouri or discussion before or
after Tea Time. And, yes, do post comments,
suggestions, insightful quotes, . .
NEW TEA TIME GUESTS
* TEA TIME FAQ & INDEX:
* DESTINY (THE PORTAL, THE
ORACLE, AND YOU): tid=59313
* YESTERDAY'S TEA
REMINDER: Look for TEA TIME
in L.A. at the top of the Bronze
forums page at 7PM Bronze Time.
Tea Time lasts one hour.
CORKBOARD APPEARS APPROXIMATELY 3 HRS BEFORE TEA
END OF CORKBOARD #26
forensicpopouri - Apr 20, 2002, 4:01
#27 (for Saturday) is at -
SATURDAY IN SANTA MONIICA
forensicpopouri - Apr 20, 2002, 3:14
And I've been SLEEPING
since TEA TIME (Thanks SL.) <smile> . . . and will
go back to sleep about three MORE hours before writing
Saturday's sonnets <g>. . .
. . . and
making any rambling entries in a new PROJECT 1800 DIARY
(for the curious). LInk to be provided once
it's started .
As always, my thanks . . .
lawyer - Apr 19,
2002, 6:07 PM
Thanks a lot for
yesterday's Corkboard. What you call your ramblings are
actually most helpful. Don't stop!!
And thank you for
sharing your experiences with the judicial system. I
guess I am a rhetorician after all! (but NOT a
litigator; I do better in writing).
I don't have
much time today, but here is a quick note in response to
your poasts. My main hurdle with IP is definitely the
rhythm. I guess the fact that English (esp literary
English) is not my maternal language is the reaosn why I
get stuck on accents. I do much better with French
sonnets in "alexandrins" (which have a very natural
rhythm to them, very adapted to the French language and
are pretty easy to write). I guess it's the same for you
with IP. But, when I get a minute in my busy schedule, I
will definitely give it a try. I am not one to refuse
Again thanks for TT and, please, get some