toshirokoi at hotmail.com
Wed Mar 27 06:22:26 PST 2002
Hahaha! Well said. And may your words always flow as the Cherry Blossoms
pedals flow in the wind. Abundant, heart stirring, and refreshing. For a
bard lives and dies by the word. And you, my good lord, would seem destined
for an extremely long live.
>From: "Stephen Macthomas" <macthomas at ev1.net>
>Reply-To: bards at ansteorra.org
>To: <bards at ansteorra.org>
>Subject: Re: [Bards] Hello?
>Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2002 19:25:10 -0600
>For brevity's sake, I have spared my contemporaries the need, the
>obligation, the - how shall I say - chore? of reading my words, flowery
>though they may be, once more. Suffice it to say, those that have not read
>them have passed over one of the more supercilient and supremely
>exercises in overstating and overglorifying the obvious presented to these
>good artisans in at least the past quarter hour.
>Good Toshiro of Bonwicke observed the words that I had written to my fellow
>bards throughout Ansteorra, and opined in the following manner:
> > Man's got to be a bard.
> > Used a hundred words when one would have been sufficient.
>Now I, rightfully challenged, and feeling the bond of acquitting one's self
>admirably in this most public venue, am inspired to issue my response
>to my good acquaintance, and with these words, I raise my glass in salute
>him, and wish him every good fortune and health. But these words, though
>pretty, do not make a response to his rightful statement. Feeling the more
>pressure upon me to speak, and meaningfully, I do give this response to his
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