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I enjoyed the contrast between "iron" and "wooden". Good rhyming which seemed natural and accented the poems flow...it seemed to carry a hint of Shakespearean/Elizabethan tongue without the tongue. It was quite satisfying.
Hey travis, thanks. It struck me the other day how a sword can look like a cross, then that led to thoughts of Rome, maybe that's why it feels a little archaic. Take care,Bob
Ahh I was wondring what the iron cross was. One of my favourite authors was Phillip K Dick. He postulated that we still remain captive to the Roman empire in both metaphorical and literal sense (we are brainwashed a la matrix style to believe we live in some modern world - all of this projected into our minds by some vast active living system (the web?) floating in space.)And why not?
Damn, I can finally answer you. Well that explains this overwhelming need I have to don a toga and engage in all night orgies. I thought I was having a mid-life crisis but Mr. Dick's theory makes much more sense. 8^D
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