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@BrantePyrus - Thank you very, very much. It means much, in a measure. :)
@GG - Aye, perhaps I can rhyme... but there's always room for improvement. And there's a lot to improve here. XD I'm immensely glad that you love Gaelic and Ireland in its entirety. I too much desire to visit the Emerald Isle (soon!). And yes, the horses are quite popular there, I hear.
I'm glad you like If We Must. I was actually in a rush when I wrote it and really had to apply mental force to conjure it into existence.
Yeah, I think Sixteen Perspective Counter could indeed be worked upon, but I don't think I will do so. It's one of those keystones of my poetry progress through the years. The very poem was made a hefty amount of months ago for a the class project... and it... yeah. But yes, it is heavily implied towards Abraham Lincoln. If you wish for me to explain it, then I shall at your inquiry.
@Helix - Hehe... yeah, the dark poem is coming, em, sooner or later. Hehe....
Your post made me smile, Helix. Yes, I do love Ireland. Beyond words. :)
@Cow Face - There you go, my good sir! You have hit the issue right on the nail. After looking back on my poems, I am absolutely horrified that I dared to post them when they indeed utterly lacked the flow I first thought them to have. It's rather blatant now. Very shameful on my part.
And yes, I equally realize the vague subjects at times. I don't know why I do that... well, I do, but... you know....[/vague]. Hehehe.
Thank you, Cow Face. It really makes me gladdened when I get constructive comments like this. I'm just going to have to take your word on the positive aspects you've "seemed" to discover (:D).
I'm curious to know which version of The Auld Triangle you've listened to....
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