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! ! Love's Grammar Book

Rating: 2.4

I love you.

That's it, really.
all there is to say.
sums it up.
in a nutshell.
the long and the short of it.
the be-all and the end-all.
I know what I mean;
you know what I mean.

more or less.
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Pradeep Dhavakumar 20 February 2005

There is so much(many) 'love' in this poem, that I have to say I loved it.Thank you.

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Lenchen Elf 20 February 2005

A delight to read and revealing my sorry secondary modern education for what it was: -)

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Michael Shepherd 20 February 2005

'ejoyed' - now that's a poem in itself. Loving brilliant, Rusty.

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Rusty Daily 20 February 2005

I don't know what the love you just said, but I just ejoyed the love out of it. You are loving incredible. Rusty

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Rich Hanson 20 February 2005

what a witty an erudite approach to defining 'love.' An excellent read. Left we wishing there was more.

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Simon Whild 04 November 2005

A brilliant way of teaching poetics and a very good poem too.

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Ronberge . 18 August 2005

That was a superb poem! Amicalement votre Ronberge

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Ghada Shahbender 10 May 2005

But this is how grammar should be taught! Loved your poem, love it, loving it and will love it on my list of favorite (most loved) poems

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Ivy Christou 04 April 2005

now there is a definition of love that should be included in a proper dictionary! All the love for the love-ly poem! HBH

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Rev. Dr. A. Jacob Hassler 22 February 2005

i never put so much thought into love. perhaps that's my problem. i like this one, Shep. you're on a roll! Jake

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