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post #16 of 26
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Originally Posted by Jofaile
So, many months and years go by without visit and you begin to forgot it even exists. Until one day when the relationship ends, and you start to go through your old things"”the possessions that predate the affair"”and you come across an old card of the restaurant and perhaps even a photo of you and the head chef. The sweet aromas of the Naan and Palak paneer begin to fill your nostrils. Now you must visit there again, even though you are sure much has changed.
You write beautifully...well beyond your years.
post #17 of 26
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
You write beautifully...well beyond your years.
Go ahead, make fun, break my fragile artist's heart. Haha. :-P
post #18 of 26
Was (am?) a 07 before I left in the middle of the year to take some time off. I've since moved on.
post #19 of 26
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Was (am?) a 07 before I left in the middle of the year to take some time off. I've since moved on.
That is too bad but I understand. Where did you live and what did you study while you were there?
post #20 of 26
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Originally Posted by Jofaile
Go ahead, make fun, break my fragile artist's heart. Haha. :-P
I didn't mean to poke fun or offend you Jofaile. That paragraph was wonderfully phrased, evocative. I found myself vividly imaging the whole thing. I was serious in my praise.

(and now I find myself sounding very, very wimpy.)
post #21 of 26
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That is too bad but I understand. Where did you live and what did you study while you were there?

The wondrous River. English and gender studies, tentatively then.
post #22 of 26
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I didn't mean to poke fun or offend you Jofaile. That paragraph was wonderfully phrased, evocative. I found myself vividly imaging the whole thing. I was serious in my praise. (and now I find myself sounding very, very wimpy.)
Well, I was only kidding in my response (if you see a 'haha' followed by a :-P it usually means I am being sarcastic or, if you are a girl, flirtatious). But the misunderstanding was worth it just to read your aside about being wimpy. Thanks, by the way (although I knew you were serious the first go round). I tend to focus on imagery in my creative writing and that is a great compliment. Oh, and feel free to call me Joshua, most of the old members do (that goes for everyone).
post #23 of 26
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Originally Posted by whoopee
The wondrous River. English and gender studies, tentatively then.
Ahh, gone to another university or decided to continue with the time off for awhile?
post #24 of 26
To another. In fact, to do - in part - creative writing.
post #25 of 26
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Originally Posted by whoopee
To another. In fact, to do - in part - creative writing.
Perhaps Iowa?
post #26 of 26
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To another. In fact, to do - in part - creative writing.
Ahh. So we will all eventually be buying up your books in hope of using our styleforum connection with you to get signed copies for ebay, yeah?
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