Thursday, January 1, 2004

On Monsieur's Departure Comments

Rating: 2.9
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I grieve and dare not show my discontent,

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Queen Elizabeth Tudor I
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The restrictions of being Royal as the heart flutters and yearns...no freedom to follow its whims.
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Enoch John 18 June 2008
This conflict may have arisen, no doubt, because of her position as Queen.
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Greenwolfe 1962 07 April 2008
This is actually quite revealing of who she is. She is surely a ruler. For she knows her role and place above all other things, even love. She is human, but is more remarkable for it. The poem, well written, tells the truth. History, and it, has not betrayed her. I pray that mine, shall do the same. Greenwolfe 1962
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QUEEN MOTHER...For sure you are watching and listening from a far better place than where we must write from for now, but I won't pass on the opportunity to speak and comment in the highest regards of your prsemanship in your earthly Life... You did well & will long be remembered, as you already have. '''''''''''''''''''''''''~f.j.r.~'''''''''''''''''''''''''
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David Gerardino 23 April 2005
two sides of a coin, good, bad, yes, no, up, down, and on and on...i like your poem very much.......
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