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You should have seen it
in her spelling.
Words are weapons,
after all,
and their effectivity
can changed based upon
the selectivity of the
constant consonants she
surrounds her ammunition
with on her way to the battlefield.

Her smilez masque the phonetic
sounds she's using
to decieve u into believing
her wurds are tru.
The interpretation of "u" can
signify, "you," but perhaps
it means she couldn't be bothered
to arm her canon with multiple
vowel sounds to sound out her luv.
Oh. Do u seE? No, because
the "e" is silent when
the word is whispered, and you
can't see the words when they're
written on her heart.

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Re: I Love You

( Posted by: the Co.konspirator [Member] On: April 29, 2003 )

Incredible. Truly, I'm having trouble finding the precise words that I want to use. Hmmm... Absolutely delightful device, the spelling variants. I can't say much else, without sounding like a complete idiot. Glad to have joined a community with such creative writers!

( Posted by: immortal beloved [Member] On: April 30, 2003 )

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