Sonnet -- When in the dreary hour of decline

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Re: Sonnet -- When in the dreary hour of decline

Postby steffen » Wed Mar 17, 2010 11:35 am

IN MEMORIAM. Do I dare rake up these golden oldies from the waybackwhen? Two incredible sonnets by Despondency and dks from the spring of 2006. 16 replies which evidence the enthusiasm and healthy camaraderie of those bygone days.

All day I hoe weeds
At night I sleep.
All night I hoe again
In dreams the weeds of the day. (Akihito, 9th century)

The mists rise over
The still pools at Asuka.
Memory does not
Pass away so easily.(Idem.)

COGITO ERGO DOLEO
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Re: Sonnet -- When in the dreary hour of decline

Postby Saturn » Fri Mar 19, 2010 12:40 am

Ah poor old Despondence, he was a great guy, I wonder what ever happened to him? I hope he's well. Those of us that had many discussions in the early years of this forum must still miss him, I know I do :(
"Oh what a misery it is to have an intellect in splints".
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