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June 21, - Roe - that is beautiful! Have you written any poems since then? Larry Hanna June 21, - Roe, A very expressive and moving poem. I am sure your husband appreciated those loving words. Larry June 21, - Ernie June 21, - Gracee Lea June 24, - My sentiments[feeling] and thoughts were exactly the same as those you wrote in this lovely poem. I hope this comes out in poetic form, so here it is: The Emperor of Ice Cream Call the roller of big cigars, The muscular one, and bid him whip In kitchen cups concupiscent curds.

Let be be finale of seem. The only emperor is the emperor if ice-cream. Take from the dresser of deal, Lacking the three glass knobs, that sheet On which she embroidered fantails once And spread it so as to cover her face. If her horny feet protrude, they come To show how cold she is, and dumb.

Let the lamp affix its beam The only emperor is the emperor of ice-cream. Will probably go crazy trying to find it: Ginny Oscar Dorr August 19, - But think of all the time to build the data base! Anyway, does anyone know the origin of the poem "For Want of a Nail?

For want of a nail, the horse was lost For want of a horse, the rider was lost For want of a rider, the battle was lost For want of a battle, Anyone remember this one?

August 19, - For want of a nail, the shoe was lost, For want of a shoe, the horse was lost? Oscar Dorr August 20, - Do not engage fingers before brain is in gear! I forgot that axiom! Ginny August 27, - I always get it confused with Richard III. Ginny August 28, - Oscar saireygamp September 21, - I love reading the classics, especially the works of Charles Dickens, hence my pseudonym. I have never yet been able to finish a Booker Prize book.

I also love poetry, especially the works of Robert Burns classics again, you see. I am actually a frustrated journalist, and now that I am too old to do anything about it 59 , retirement is mandatory in UK at age 65, unless self-employed , I have suddenly realised what should have been my true vocation, and the career in which I would have been happiest.

The grass is always greener.. In the meantime, can someone please help and tell me who was the originator of the very true saying "The pen is mightier than the sword".

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I look forward to your reply, for which I thank you in anticipation. Ginny September 21, - Beneath the rule of men entirely great The pen is mightier than the sword. Richelieu II ii We are so glad to see you here!! Since you love the classics, please look in to our Great Books folder! Share a few lines of your favorite poem here, if you like: Also you might want to try your hand in our Name That Book Contest, as some of those authors Cicero have been considered the Classics.

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I just found out about Seniornet last night, from a book! Reading your notes, it occurs to me that someone might be able to recall a poem my long late mother knew, probably from about Ginny September 22, - I was just thinking what we need are some lines to guess the author, and here you are, Roy! You must have ESP! Now, Bill, are you still watching?

Ros, are you here? Ros is a whiz,too. Will look it up!! Hope to see you posting in many of the different Books and Literature discussions. Pat saireygamp September 22, - I shall now refer to my Encyclopaedia Britannica to read all about Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, and also Richelieu, although I feel I really ought to know a lot more than I do about both these persons. I would be delighted to take part if any book is featured that I have already read, and I will certainly try my luck with the book quiz, which seems great fun.

Living in the UK will make it rather difficult to work out the time difference, though, but I shall enjoy the quiz anyway. Have you read "Casiabianca" by Mrs. It detracts from the beauty and dignity of the poem, although I suppose because it is so sad some people feel they have to cheer themselves up by joking about it. Thank you for your kind reply to my note, your encouragement is very kind and welcome.

Probable causes of this impasse: September 22, - Hope you got it alright. When I click on your name right now, I get the message "No User Information" which tells me immediately that you are not registered. Talk to you soon, Ginny September 22, - Has been driving me mad for months. I just knew you were my friend from Cumbria, Renee!!

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So, off to the bookstore I go to get it! Thanks for the recommendation. Do you read Mary Wesley? She gave me one of hers, too.

SHE also did not start writing until she was 60 or 70, I believe. Why do people make fun of it? Is it a romantic poem? Lots of interesting things to do in this folder, all of a sudden! Many thanks, Pat, for your verrry comprehensive email instructions