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Herbert Nehrlich1 Male, 70, Australia (8/5/2005 6:54:00 AM)

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The first time I have come across someone knowing that it is not Pennsylvania Dutch but Deutsch. It's almost like it's and its, a few more years and the rules get changed and it won't matter.
It looks like the competition is really taking off.
(I wasn't going to write in German) .
Innseedentelly Michael, I thought retired people had more time for rhyme.?
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  • Rookie Michael Shepherd (8/5/2005 7:16:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply
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    Me, I love rhyme in the pen of a skilled operator, because it tends to make not just the line-end but the whole line more musical, as if it opens up a whole area of the brain that connects divine music with human words.
    But it's those strange transatlantic ex-colonials - they prefer verse to be sincere, thoughtful, and universally-minded, like the President they voted in...

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