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Gwenevere Cornwell

(March 24,1997)

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  • Nicholas Moss (10/17/2012 6:45:00 PM)

    You're work is quite well done. You do seem to have a way of commanding words to work well for you. I've read a couple and it has an obscure charm, and if you know me, I enjoy the obscure things in life. Obscure is different, and different is interesting. I've had a hand at analyzing some of the work even, and I'm enjoying it.

    Best of life to you.
    Nicholas Moss

    Oh and DFTBA (don't forget to be awesome.)

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  • Ellias Anderson (9/29/2012 5:10:00 AM)

    Well, here is a great mind with nice and unique ideas those will shine like a light in the darkness of sleepy minds.
    Your words, your poetry, and the poems those you write are so good and lovely.
    i will enjoy reading your works and I'm sure other do. Keep up your nice and great works my friend. Keep up until your brilliant future.
    My best Wishes and regards for you dear Gwenevere
    Ellias Anderson.

What I Wouldn't Give

What I wouldn't give
To dance by the light of the moon
To revel in the soft glow of dawn
And to watch sunset with you

What I wouldn't give
To watch your pupils dilate with longing
Your eyes narrow with love
Your smile full of laughter

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