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CORKBOARD for Fri. Tea Time in L.A.(#26) REMINDER 7-8PM Bronze Time / 12-1AM London
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Apr 19, 2002, 3:56 PM

EOTD BtVS Episode Of The Day
#15/2.3 - SCHOOL HARD NOTE: Spike & Drusilla arrive!

SOTD Sonnets Of The Day
#66-69/154 AND THEN CAME TWO (4-Sonnet Sequence) tid=77213


= = = HAIKU FOR THE HOLY "C"

ELIZABETHAN SONNETS

Back in Shakespeare's day . . . schooling was rhetorical.
For the men, of course.

Queen Elizabeth . . . was a royal girl, of course.
She trained like the men.

At age eleven [?] . . . she translated French sermons  
into sonnet form. . . .

les victimes s'organisent
                      
from verse by Supernatural lawyer


= = = = = = DAILY NOTICES / MESSAGES

APRIL IS NATIONAL POETRY MONTH

PROSE POSTCARDS FROM FORENSICPOPOURI

* The "C" may want to look in the rearview mirror tid=75951

* prunehilda has donated her Kevlar to the "C." Which shall be put to good use.


= = = = = = GENERAL INFORMATION / LINKS

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Use the Corkboard for messages to forensicpopouri or discussion before or
after Tea Time. And, yes, do post comments, suggestions, insightful quotes, . . .


NEW TEA TIME GUESTS READ:
* TEA TIME FAQ & INDEX: tid=67836
* DESTINY (THE PORTAL, THE ORACLE, AND YOU): tid=59313
* YESTERDAY'S TEA TIME: tid=76553

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END OF CORKBOARD #26 ==================================================
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Apr 20, 2002, 4:01 PM 1 of 3

CORKBOARD #27 (for Saturday) is at - tid=79413

http://www.buffy.com/bronze_posts.jsp?tid=79413



SATURDAY IN SANTA MONIICA =================================================
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Apr 20, 2002, 3:14 AM 2 of 3

And I've been SLEEPING since TEA TIME (Thanks SL.) <smile> . . . and will go back to sleep about three MORE hours before writing Saturday's sonnets <g>. . .

. . . and making any rambling entries in a new PROJECT 1800 DIARY thread
(for the curious). LInk to be provided once it's started .

As always, my thanks . . . POOF



Dear FP
Posted by: Supernatural lawyer - Apr 19, 2002, 6:07 PM 3 of 3

Thanks a lot for yesterday's Corkboard. What you call your ramblings are actually most helpful. Don't stop!!
And thank you for sharing your experiences with the judicial system. I guess I am a rhetorician after all! (but NOT a litigator; I do better in writing).
I don't have much time today, but here is a quick note in response to your poasts. My main hurdle with IP is definitely the rhythm. I guess the fact that English (esp literary English) is not my maternal language is the reaosn why I get stuck on accents. I do much better with French sonnets in "alexandrins" (which have a very natural rhythm to them, very adapted to the French language and are pretty easy to write). I guess it's the same for you with IP. But, when I get a minute in my busy schedule, I will definitely give it a try. I am not one to refuse challenges!
Again thanks for TT and, please, get some sleep!




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