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Author Topic: Urban fantasy/steampunkish poetry  (Read 1905 times)
Vella Malachite
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Never underestimate carefully worded nonsense.

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« Reply #4: January 18, 2010, 07:10:05 pm »

The woods are dangerous at night
Yet how can they be worse than the city

I love those two lines - they're my favourites  Cheesy

As for the poem itself, I like it.  It's mysterious, and I like the contrast between the city and the magical elements.

I actually began to write a novel with pretty much the same concept...that's weird.
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Minds are like parachutes: Just because you've lost yours, doesn't mean you can borrow mine.

What men are poets who can speak of Jupiter as if he is a man, but when he is a spinning ball of ammonia and methane must be silent?

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