Says Viviano Sanguis:

April 24, 2011
By LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
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Parch-ed duke or wretched drunk
Ne'er can be inebriate
When sipping ale-- or sipping air
And pondering its flavor
And-- rich goblet, of Christ's blood
To the thinker-- useless is!
And chemist, curious of the brewed,
Knows little of
The gay
So-- let caution be thrown to the wind
Nay!-- to famished pit
And-- let man be ignorant
Of aftertastes on breath


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on Jul. 2 2011 at 11:03 pm
LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
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Wow, I can't thank you enough for your kindness. :) Getting positive feedback from people like you really keeps me going, and inspires me to write more. I'm really glad you appreciate my messages.

on Jul. 2 2011 at 4:28 pm
Thesilentraven PLATINUM, Mableton, Georgia
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Favorite Quote:
"il piu nell' uno," (according to Emerson, an Italian expression for beauty)

"Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality" ~Emily Dickinson

"The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain"
~Kahlil Gibran

Incredible, simply incredible. How can you possibly bear so much likeness to poets who lived centuries ago, and yet send your own messages (in the modern world)? This is a wonderful statement regarding, I believe (with my limited mind), the shortcomings of Man. Whatever your message, the poem is marvellous.


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