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As winds of the earth,
Life keeps its revolution,
Moving, sans control.

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'He who knows others is learned. He who knows himself is wise.'
-Lao Tzu

'Tomorrow will take us away,
Far from home--
No one will ever know our names,
But the bards' songs will remain.
Tomorrow, all will be known,
And You're not alone,
So don't be afraid
In the dark and cold
'Cause the bards' songs will remain.
They all will remain
In my thoughts and in my dreams
They're always in my mind....
Come close Your eyes;
You can see them, too.'
Blind Guardian,
The Bard's Song: Into the Forest


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The following comments are for "Dead Week"
by the Co.konspirator

Can't quite see it...
This is a bit too obscure for me. True Haiku is supposed to set forth a major premise on the subject you're talking about, then a minor premise, then a conclusion, which you seem to have mastered, but the conclusion is not clear so I must conclude the premises are not visual enough.

Just my opinion. That opinion and a buck-fifty might buy you a cup of coffee wherever you are! Might! So, just keep doing what you're doing!

( Posted by: MaxiiJ [Member] On: May 24, 2004 )





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