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Old 01-21-2006, 06:12 PM   #301
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Strange, barely anyone would do that here, on the Junior Cert only about a dozen students in the country get straight A's
i suppose different countries have different ways of grading...here it's easier to get straight A's but they're much more necessary to get into an ivy league college or whatever...

i need to leave now too

ZD if you have any suggestions on good poets or authors to look into i'd love you forever...just post them in this thread and i'll look back through it later

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I haven't read any books/poetry lately...do have any suggestions of authors to get into? I think that's part of my problem

(I also think sometimes, when I write I always try to go straight for my deepest emotions/secrets/personal topics and end up disgusted with myself. i need to consider the world outside of myself when I write, if you know what I mean...)
The one thing that annoys me the most about some of my contemporaries is that they waste wonderful phrases on rather trite and trivial subjects and I myself usually avoid topics that are overdone and or innately clichéd by doing the complete opposite.

(There are even some well respected writers throughout history who piss me off)

However it is possible to approach more personal and introspective in a unique manner by thoughtful usage of metaphors and inventive language. Never show the world the full extent of your soul, the relationship that art, the artist and his audience has is based on what every good relationship should be founded on.

An ability to empathise but also the understanding of having to give to receive and this works both ways as always.

In hindsight you could negate the need to write about the effect(s) that other people have on you and more about the effect(s) that you have on other people.


As for what I’m reading now in terms of poets, I’d like to suggest that you investigate Patrick Kavanagh, Dylan Thomas and possibly what Leonard Cohen wrote before he became a songwriter.

(Just listen to him)

They’re pretty obvious yet influential men but you should find inspiration within their work.
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i suppose different countries have different ways of grading...here it's easier to get straight A's but they're much more necessary to get into an ivy league college or whatever...

i need to leave now too

ZD if you have any suggestions on good poets or authors to look into i'd love you forever...just post them in this thread and i'll look back through it later

see you guys later
Bye VG

Well here, the whole grade goes on the final exam
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Well here, the whole grade goes on the final exam
Thank God. That's all I can say to that.


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Well VG it seemed I took too long writing that.
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Thank God. That's all I can say to that.
I don't like it , it puts too much pressure on the final Exam

And if you are wondering what I am uploading it is a charity cd of U2 covers, so I am uploadin' it in case anyone wants it

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I don't like it , it puts too much pressure on the final Exam
You're lucky though...because here there's pressure put on grades for everthing and especially final exams
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