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With my most recent poem, 'Southern Cross Grays' about a Confederate ship. It should read Shenandoah (Virginia), not Shannondowa (Iowa). My apologies.
Though yes, I deliberately used the American spelling of g-r-a-y relative to the subject.

Coming from an Anglo-Celtic backgroud I have an interest in English history though being of a working class environment my interest is higher than general knowledge but not so accute as to be termed historian.
I can be somewhat political & playing the Devil's Advocate on occasions gives people a false perception of my ideals.

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The following comments are for "Oops....spelling!"
by ozpink

My spelling and grammar are REAL bad and I am sorry for that I only went as far as 8th grade and most times get friistrated trying to do spell checks and sometimes they dont really work But I write from the heart and hope all can forgive and get through my errors Anyone who would want to work with me and do some editing is more than welcome

( Posted by: jade64 [Member] On: January 11, 2004 )

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