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Geoffrey Latimer
Australia
geoffrey.latimer@gmail.com

We need you to write more, deedee.

Mac
Kansas
mcmanes@yahoo.com

Dee, really like the layout of your website and enjoyed reading your poems as well.

Mac

Mila
Belgrade  Serbia
milijana_s@yahoo.co.uk
Friday, April 27, 2001
18:15 -0400

Was searching for a H.L.Borges's poem and was brought here by Wanders Of Internet Search Ghost :o) Lovely and stylish site!
I am glad I was Your guest.

Mila

kakapo
UK
kakapo@bigfoot.com
Sunday, February 04, 2001
21:44 -0500

Well my lesson for the night was 'never play a poet at Literati'. Nice site though.

Bill Boatman
St Louis  MO
boatmanw@yahoo.com
Tuesday, January 09, 2001
15:26 -0500

DeeDee

I really enjoyed playing Literati with you. I took some time and listened to your work, it is beautiful. You have a wonderful webpage also, the pictures are magnificant.   Don't give up your passion for writing. It is the window to your soul.

And take it easy on me next time we play Literati. lol

susan malse
Canada
sirsgirl@hotmail.com
Monday, November 27, 2000
00:10 -0500

Dear Dawn:

oh gosh, dawn..... she had told me of your website... (you know who)

so why am i so suprised to read what she had written. (she was actually so sweet towards you)...(why not me, i wonder?)

i see her words here..... down further upon this page....

and i see his words here as well....

another surprise which warms me of his softness....

mostly, and thankfully, i have seen dawn here.......

a home for her expression where all, flies freely...

where nothing is left untouched nor unspoken for, nor of.......

a person i knew and didn't.... you were.....

a person who is as expressive as the light of day,

and, as the black of night .....,

a person who expresses as, is.............

a wonderful website you have dawn .....

and it is a pleasure to explore such deep thoughts of you , Dear Dawn...

an interest, which only you will phrase......here.

smiles always,

 

susan

 

I am Armand
Tx   USA
JustWhistle@IwillHear.com
Monday, November 20, 2000
05:38 -0500

What a magnificent web site. Beautiful poetry together with outstanding art. I love your taste in both. While I was bathing in your innermost thoughts and emotions, I came upon your soul which you had left with your work for anyone to see and/or judge. I kissed and caressed.

Khigh
missouri
missourian@missouri.bob
Friday, September 29, 2000
01:19 -0400

Yup

Challice
South Eastern United States
challice_x@hotmail.com
Sunday, 16 July, 2000

Dearest Dee Dee,
Though part of me hesitates to address you so intimately, another part of me feels that we know each other. That we are kindred spirits, sisters if you will. So much of your soul is laid bare in your work, and I humbly thank you for sharing it. I do not have words enough to describe it's beauty and the joy the sharing of that beauty brings. Your soul is indeed one that shines brightly with love and serenity to all that are lucky enough to come across it. Your beauty my dear is truly breathtaking.

Sincerely,

challice

Janis
Washington
janis@thelotuspond.com
Friday, 09 June, 2000

I am enjoying a lovely visit with your poetry DeeDee. It's like reading it for the very first time, again. I never tire of going back to your poems. They inspire new emotions at each reading.

Wishing you a happy summer.

Love, Janis

RangelFace
Maryland
rangel@liespeopletell.com
Saturday, 03 June, 2000

Sweet page, if you would like to check out another good poetry,art page, please goto

http://www.liespeopletell.com

 

Petrel
Australia
petrel@space.net.au
Tuesday, 04 April, 2000

Sean Farragher
Cliffside ParkNJ
seanfarragher@msn.com
Wednesday, 22 March, 2000

Brad Osato
Central California
bto01@csufresno.edu
Monday, 13 March, 2000

Joe
NM
joe@arcanumcafe.com
Monday, 13 March, 2000

Subash
CT
galt_2000@yahoo.com
Tuesday, 15 February, 2000

Dear Dee -
The world puts off its mask of vastness to its lover. It becomes small as one song, as one kiss of the eternal.
The love and affection that you have inspired in so many lives will surely see you through these trying times.
It is after all the tears of the earth that keep her smiles in bloom.
Wishing you well, my dear one.

-Subash.

SethScott
Michigan
Schindehette@hotmail.com
Tuesday, 15 February, 2000

I wish you good luck and health. I look forward to your recovery and to your continued poetry that touches mind, heart and soul.
Best wishes.

Crystal
Mississippi
olemiss_gurl@alloymail.com
Saturday, 12 February, 2000

I love your webpage it is so nice.

Josh
BFE
Josh@EinsteinBand.com
Friday, 11 February, 2000

PS
Your guestbook sucks.

Josh
BFE
Josh@EinsteinBand.com
Friday, 11 February, 2000

Dee,
I wish I knew more about what was going on, but I'm sure everything will be fine We all know what a strong woman you are, and rest assured that you will be fine. My BG rating, which is getting a little high in your absence, longs for you as well.

Love, Josh

Jake
El Paso  TX
jjones3@elp.rr.com
Wednesday, 09 February, 2000

DeeDee -- I am just getting to know you through you postings at WPF and now from reading your work here. Please come back soon and share more with us. May God hold your hand through this health battle you are facing.

Yours,
Jake

Sugarplum
Atwater Ca USA
sebeach@elite.net
Tuesday, 08 February, 2000

Dear Dee Dee,

I think your webpage and work are wonderful. Miss you at the WPF, hope you are back, strong and healthy soonest. My prayers are with you. I send heartloads of positive energy and love your direction. Be safe, be happy, be healthy.

Love N Stuff
Sugarplum

Rick
Calif
EBFun@excite.com
Wednesday 09 February, 2000

Deedee,

Though we barely "corresponded", the news I got about you was truly distressing. I truly hope that you make a full recovery and that I hear from you (we'd discussed possible "learning", if you recall). Best wishes, Rick

john
seattle
jrd@i.am
Wed 09 February, 2000
D,
I think we met over backgammon. (could be mistaken) Thoughts go out to you. Thanks for your efforts with the site. It brings joy.
j

ayanna
usa
dawn22@hotbot.com
Friday, 28 January, 2000
11:12

ok,i looooooooooooove this website,the paintings,the poetry.
i was particuarly enchanted by the city and the woman, peace roses, and woman song.
thank you for the insipiration.

ayanna

Rick
Calif
EBFun@excite.com

Look forward to it.

esraa
egypt
esraasayed@yahoo.com
18 Jan 2000
11:44

my dear

what a great site

BodyByHostess
Newfields NH
BodyByHostess@yahoo.com

Wed 5 Jan 2000
16:28

hi lilah, i saw you had a webpage on your profile and came to check it out. I only wish I liked Poetry so I could appreciate what a great site you have

 Good luck!

marios docterno christou
cyprus
premier@cytanet.com.cy
December 26, 1999
10:39

had fun visiting your page look forward to dropping in again sometime. Loved the pictures good choices, which set the mood for whats to come. All the best in the new year wishing u every happiness in this life and the next.

docterno.

Dana
Scottsdale Arizona
chardon_m@hotmail.com
16 Dec 1999
19:41:57

Dear Delilah-

Your poems move Me. Your dedication to men known and not is most interesting. I was wondering if there is a secret side to Delilah? Something tells Me there may very well be. Your enviably powerful "Mountain Poems" series is testiment to the depth of spirit you posses. I would enjoy learning more of such a fascinating, intelligent and creative woman.

That is all. It is My sincere wish that you realize how important are your works...how impressive are your skills. I believe too many people in the world will live their entire lives, never appreciating the miracle surrounding them.

That shall not be your legacy, My dear...No....not at all....Delilah's legacy rises from the page, infusing all who pass near. If they make the slight effort and become engulfed in the pure white light of your insight. They will discover a fragment of what you have known all along.

Yes....I do wish to know you better.

-Dana

Tasha
usa
tasha@sub-con.zzn.com
21 Oct 1999
21:23:58

very nice site! love the graphics......

HotGirl1
USA
rilla86@hotmail.com
14 Oct 1999
17:15:54

I like this page.You did a great job fluffies.Well see ya around.

HotGirl1 ;)

ladaya
usa
adaya_lester@hotmail.com
09 Oct 1999
01:13:02

dear delilah: a friend steered me here. i am very glad that he did. Your writing is very quite wonderful. it i ntrigues the mind and soothes the soul. infact it ignites a fire within which i have not felt in such a long long time.
thank you for your talent

ladaya

Valkyrie/ Hatamoto-Chi/ CYBERDEATH
Kansas City, MO
Valkyrie89@hotmail.com
07 Oct 1999
00:28:30


Hey met ya on playsite. Nice page its cool. Keep it up.

juaco
puerto rico
juacojuarbe@hotmail.com
04 Oct 1999
12:20:51

somehow i guess you are not going to appreciate this.

im aware some stare at my hair, in fact
to be fair some really dispair of my hair but i dont care, cause theyre not aware
nor are they dubonaire, in fact theyre just square,
they see hair down to there, say "beware!"
and go off no a tear. i say, "no fair!"
a head thats bare is really nowhere
so, be like a bear, be fair with your hair,
show it you care, wear it to there,
or to there, or to there if you dare.
my wife bought some hair at a fair to use as a spare, did i care? - "au contraire!",
spare hair is fair.in fact hair can be rare,
fred astaire had no hair, nor does a chair,
or a "chocolat au claire".
and where is the hair on a pear?
-nowhere "mon fraire!"
now that ive shared this affair of the hair
i think ill repair to my lair and use snare
do you care?
(fyi, im not the idiot who thought this up, i admire the idiot who did this, his name is george carlin)

court
NE US
court1@csrlink.net
07 Sep 1999
10:03:33


Nice site! Although he was routinely derided as maudlin, and is surely today entirely dismissed as a serious poet, I've always kinda been fond of Ernest Dowson:

"They are not long, the days of wine and roses;
Out of a misty dream
Our path emerges for a while, then closes
Within a dream."

I guess Dowson remains a kind of Danielle Steel of poetry (hehe)?

Valerie Anne Porter
Atlanta, GA
LeavingNYC@hotmail.com
02 Aug 1999
03:07:33

Carilloneur
The Netherlands
ihavenone
01 Aug 1999
13:27:19

Paul
Texas
rainstorm_88@yahoo.com
29 Jul 1999
02:28:55

kirt weathersby
georgia
handsom16@hotmail.com
19 Jul 1999
11:39:21

rissy
somewhere out there ya know
rissy38@hotmail.com
06 Jul 1999
11:45:14

 

missfitt
indiana
missfitt@hotmail.com
25 Jun 1999
12:13:52

like your work!!

Alan Howard Francis Schwartz
Pittsburgh
ahsst9@pitt.edu
23 Jun 1999
18:09:28

Awoken from his shallow grave A knight awaits the path set by God Not knowing where or how he'll Defend the grace of ladies and honor Of righteous AND unrighteous men, But laughing and fighting nonetheless

This vagabond, this articulately born Knight of walking extinction; are there More of Him? Or is he the last of the dying breed of men that only wished to be the neccassary means of force in a World full of hatred, and in an Unquenchable state of desire for love.

Sabre1100
Florida
Sabre@xtal.net
23 Jun 1999
12:50:04

I was very impressed with your poetry. It's easy to see that there is alot to you. Hope to talk soon.

john dickinson
seattle
jrd@i.am
17 Jun 1999
03:17:08

thanks for the chat and games. thanks for the thoughts you share with your webviewers. thanks.

SethScott
Michigan
Schindehette@hotmail.com
16 Jun 1999
23:48:52

Your poetry is beautiful, along with your medievilish portraits, such as the one on the right. It is nice to know that both poetry and intelligence are not dead on the internet or in life in general.

Cathlyn
Texas, USA
Cathlyn68@aol.com
16 Jun 1999
23:19:53

Very nice work, and touching verses

jan hilton
England
janhilton@breathemail.net
12 Jun 1999
09:20:44

Thanks for letting me share your wonderful work.

Johnathon Grayson
Houston, TX
grover95@juno.com
07 Jun 1999
11:23:08

i was talking to you on playsite.com and had to see your page. Nice. talk to you later,

Russell
HK
nessim@royal.net
16 May 1999
17:56:11

I just logged back on to your home page and saw I am your 2,000th visitor! Do I win something ... apart from the continuing joy of reading your work?

Tony Schofield
Pudsey, Leeds, U.K.
antony.schofield@which.net
04 May 1999
13:48:33

A lovely site that has given me ambitions to create my own! I've read your sonnets (along with blank verse, probably my favourite poetry forms) You write of relationships - again a favourite subject, but more existentially than I can. I'll visit again, and read some of your guests' work. Thanx!

DarkScribe
Austin, Texas
mmora@realtime.net
02 May 1999
16:52:25

Delilah, this is a great looking site! Loved the poems and the design here! Keep up the good work...

DS

toby fowler
phoenix, arizona, usa
tlfowl@hotmail.com
29 Apr 1999
00:13:44

i am bookmarking your site so i can explore it further when i have more time... it intrigues me so far.

DrMc
Canada
lol
20 Apr 1999
02:40:49

Sensuality is a virtue portrayed deeply in these pages....My own heart pauses to caress such tenderness...Pretty words of a Beautiful person. ;)

Katherine Kellam
Mosheim, Tennessee
kellam@greene.xtn.net
30 Mar 1999
03:53:27

I really enjoyed your homepage.

Tim Robbins
Florida, USA
phantom30@prodigy.net
13 Mar 1999
20:04:22

What a wonderful experience it has been to wander and browse! The poetry, quotations and artwork are all indicative of the DeeDee I know and have come to love.

Great effort - site!

Paul Geisert
Florida, USA
p.goode@idnsi.net
04 Mar 1999
06:45:07

Delilah, I really loved your poems. The emotions and introspective you express on relationships and love is very moving. My favourite is Salt Water. Great job, don't wreck that computer just yet :o)

Turki Amer
The Global Village
turki@netvision.net.il
16 Feb 1999
01:04:51

Morning Delilah! Thanks for visiting and signing. Yours is one of the most wonderful sites of poetry I have ever been in. I read some of your poems, especially "Peace Roses" and "Salt Water". Both are inspiring. Jeep on writing more poems of light to brighten our global night. Bye!

Steve
ny
jabmist@mindless.com
05 Feb 1999
16:13:29

Perspective

The grain of sand has dreams of being a bolder, or part of a mountain Being the top of a building or the very end of a road.

The grain of sand had memories of showing its strength against the world scratching glass on the ocean floor or carving ripples on a sea shell.

It is the ruler of the sea in charge of its own fate. Leaving its mark on the world around it.

The grain of sand brags of how it will change the world till a wave comes and washes it away.

(just stopped by and thought I'd leave my mark.. )

eugene
New York City
magneticvortex@hotmail.com
26 Jan 1999
14:22:14

if you like/ i can send you a very nice book of the Rubbiyat of Omar Khayyam let me know/ you will love it

Charles David Rice (call me Chuck)
Coral Springs, Florida
rice_t@popmail.firn.edu
24 Jan 1999
01:31:23

Hello Delilah,

Your site was a rare pleasure, the spirit elevated, classic, the poetry insightful, passionate and full of life. You are one of the "awake" ones. The art work was perfect, well chosen. Of your poems, all of which I enjoyed, the three I most liked were The Beginning Of The Everything, Building On Sand and Summer Solstice. My wife and I just saw Shakespear In Love, sse it, I think you would like it very much. In closing, let poetry speak to poetry and one Floridian to another; (Well, I just spent 10 minutes entering a poem only to encounter a 1000 character limit when I tried to send. So scratch that idea!)

Heather L. Long
Calgary - Canada
hlong@cadvision.com
13 Jan 1999
00:08:13

Dee... you have a wonderful and unique talent... the words sang and attached themselves to my heart. I hate to leave even one out, but these especially touched me: Before the Hurricane Arrives; Love Beyond; The Beginning of Everything; Wreckage and Memories. Keep burning, Dee Dee. My best always - Heather Long - Small Reflections

ashvin
india
phillyrocker73@yahoo.com
08 Jan 1999
16:34:38

duly visited and signed by Ashvin Subramanian, on this eighth day of january, nineteen hundred and ninety nine, anno domini and, i'm quite impressed.

Cam
Kendallville Indiana
cam@noblecan.org
02 Jan 1999
14:08:55

BOO! WAKE UP! THE TRUE TERROR IS IN THE FOOD!

Cam, Tragic Poet

Tommy, (tjones on playsite)
Tx, Usa
t__4@hotmail.com
01 Jan 1999
19:38:31

great page!!!!!!!! love the quotes and poems!!

Chris Matthewson
Detroit, Michagan, USA
sdfdsfsd@sddsff.com
31 Dec 1998
11:20:23

A rose by any other name is still as sweet as a rose

jenny (yooper_2000)
upper peninsula michigan, usa
idontwannagivemyaddress@me.com
22 Dec 1998
20:05:32

all the paintings and poetry are so wicked!!!!!!!!!! catcha around playsite!

Dave
Toronto, Canada
starchy@excite.com
22 Dec 1998
14:07:57

Had a hard time getting into your site Dee. Thanks for giving me access to it. Since I am running late for work I will read your works at another time. By the way, the picture at my left. Is it Lancelot being knighted by Gwenivere (sic?) ...Dave (Starchy)

Ben Dover

bendover@aol.com
20 Dec 1998
21:37:49

Nice web site.

ben
U.S.A.
benm11@hotmail.com
20 Dec 1998
18:41:49

very nice page

Heather
USA
compmo@hotmail.com
17 Dec 1998
19:12:28

Hi nice homepage!

Here is a quote for you:

He who permits himself to tell a lie once, finds it much easier to do it a second and third time, till at length it becomes habitual; he tells lies without attending to it, truths without the world's believing him. Thomas Jefferson

Trek2
USA
Stiles214@EarthLink.net
17 Dec 1998
18:33:34

Pretty cool website

Hope2
California
secil_farris@eee.org
17 Dec 1998
13:07:53

Nice picture of you. Were you really asleep or just posing. You must be English or the web creator is. Favourite in place of Favorite.

More pictures would be nice and a place to list our Home Page. http://angelfire.com/mo/Jst4fun

I have mostly pictures on mine, "Silent Valley."

Take care

Ocean Blue Sweatpants.

OBSweat@aol.com
14 Dec 1998
23:30:48

The Soapmakers

Behind the Cliffside Inn I heard a fiddle and a mandolin Keepin' rythm on an old washboard and stompin' on the floor Saw people of all sorts, dancin' 'round two's and four's Carolin' about days of old and what the future holds.

In the middle was a big cauldron and they were stirrin', stirrin' And there were trees around that they kept burnin', burnin' I asked a toothless man who all these people were, and He said, "The soapmakers, and we are workin', workin'."

As they stirred Heaven and Earth, they combined to one And everything was everyone and each one was all. As they stirred I heard a trupmet call And everything was everyone and each one was all.

patrick
bc - canada
jigs@bcsupernet.com
08 Dec 1998
22:48:04

she wooped me at BG

Mohammed Al-Naser
Saudi Arabia......Dhahran
s958396@kfupm.edu.sa
05 Dec 1998
12:22:36

Hi deedee,

I hope you are doing well. I saw your wonderful homepage and beleive me it is on of the best i ever saw with all those nice poetries and everything on it. I hope you enjoy your life with all who love you and I hope also that you still remember the desert here. Have a very nice life and I hope to hear from you soon.

The Arabian Tiger MoHaMeD.

Mindy Young
Brandon,Fl.
46and2@sprintmail.com
30 Nov 1998
23:44:36

You are a very talented woman. I can't wait to meet you.

Wesley smiles hello.

Peggy P. Owen
Texas, USA
POwen92450@aol.com
23 Nov 1998
21:22:18

Hey, DeeDee-

You have a beautiful page!! You and I have very similar tastes, young lady! I need some tips from "your man" on building my web page. Great job! I hope to add some images as elegant as this to mine. Any tips? *smile* I will bookmark this and visit often, k? Peg/PPO ps, tell Maaaatha and Laaaaaura, hello please? hehe!

MrMojoRisin

MrMojoRisin@aol.com
23 Nov 1998
00:13:50

Hey, Bob! Strangest thing! My dad owns a Caddy just like the one you described. He was a pretty busy guy, you know, but he always blamed my mom for making him get back in the car. I mean, every Thanksgiving we'd be sitting around the table and he'd bring it up, "Boy, I sure wish I had looked at that view for just a FEW more minutes."

Just an observation. Probably a coincidence.

Dane Hebert
www.geocities.com/Paris/Bistro/8094/
djhebert@mindspring.com
21 Nov 1998
23:10:38

A really nice site. Very tranquil. I enjoyed your poetry and those of your guest writers (especially that MJM woman - she is terrific. lol. Dane.

Jeni aka Pjen
Greece
tzenh@hotmail.com
17 Nov 1998
15:42:21

i promised , didnt i ? So here i am, wandering in this dreamy place u created here.Such a peacefull home page ... no big and easy words and repetitions ... i like it ... i think i learnt a bit more about u through this...i never knew u are a poet .. Thanks for inviting me ... : ) take care Jeni

Lord Namon
I live on Earth, since my exile
k@f
17 Nov 1998
15:36:11

Throughout the eons I have noticed that Poetry is the one true expression through language. I also enjoy your pictuers

Janis
State of Washington, USA
macrury@whidbey.com
16 Nov 1998
18:39:07

DeeDee, finally I'm visiting your new page! I love the feel of soft edged stationary that your portray in your site. I've enjoyed reading your poetry, as well as your guests poetry. I will most definately be back!. Hugs.. Janis

loopy17
australia
anetts@uq.net.au
10 Nov 1998
10:50:22

cool homepage, thank it was a pleasure, hope to see you again in playsite.

cory divens
indiana   usa
bones70@hotmail.com
09 Nov 1998
11:45:07

you have some cool pictures i like poetry ,and music

Aaron
Buffalo, NY
AOdell9885@aol.com
09 Nov 1998
11:17:49

saw you at college club and went to check out your web site... Nice!! I really ejoyed my time here... Your site was really a lot of fun!! C-ya online!

MJM
Reno, NV
MJM@email.women.com
04 Nov 1998
13:12:13

deedee . . . this site is so lovely and so expertly crafted. Very easy to navigate and chock full of visual delights! Thank you so much for the honor of permitting me to post on your guest page. To be included on such a beautiful and meaningful site is indeed a privilege! I've read all your poetry and enjoyed each and every one. But I must tell you my favorite is "First Times" from "Triptych III." It is startlingly eloquent. And my favorite lines come from "Wreckage and Memories":

"I adore the thought of living in your arms ... (So much is made of dying there, as though that Safe and sheltering peace is only necessary then.)"

These are truly earth-shaking and should be carved in stone somewhere.

Again, thank you for inviting me to participate and for providing all of us with such a wonderful place to stop and visit for a while.

M

Sister Ulv
California/USA
callofthewild@bigfoot.com
04 Nov 1998
13:06:49

I feel like I am in a classical museum. This place is breathtaking. Thank you so much for allowing me to stroll through your world.

Sis

robert
montana
rdks@hotmail.com
03 Nov 1998
17:22:12

hello.. beautiful.. i like the usage of pics and quotes... and your poems... life is a great thing for us to manage and enjoy.. with it comes both the good and the bad and the ways of living we dare follow.. cometh as we dare not to know what lies behind ones soul and yet we do dare do dare to travel a means with little knowledge of it's destination.. with only the life of hope to guide us and light the path that lays before us.. so as not to stubble when we fall.. but to fly with grace and knowledge yet gained... come one come all and see what we have here to day.. and to see what is ...

love yah.. have a great time and hope you like my little peotic lines.. though i do not have a copy.. so if you would be so kind and send me one.. lol..

have fun and enjoy..

i have now signed your book...

robert

BiteMeAgain
Metallica_84@hotmail.com
03 Nov 1998
13:11:16

sorry I couldn't have come sooner they screwed up my e-mail

Seshadri V
Mississippi USA
sveerara@hotmail.com
01 Nov 1998
17:09:52

pretty and charming, just like you! May you get to savor the best flavors of life. Sesha!

John (Forest) Forestal
Newport/ USA
j_indiana@hotmail.com
29 Oct 1998
15:14:16

Nobility comes from the soul, not the blood

and not by blood won, but by love

Huskerboy
Nebraska - The Greatest State in the Union, and the home of all who are great.
cornhuskersfan@hotmail.com
28 Oct 1998
13:05:43

Lilah - A very interesting site you have here. I've learned quite a bit from looking at your......web page. You did make a couple of mistakes, like where you accidentally dedicated the poems to some guy named "Russell." I'm sure the appropriate changes will be made soon.

Neil Wenberg
2604 SKYLINE DRIVE, MINOT, ND 58703
NONE
28 Oct 1998
12:36:24

NICE WEB PAGE U ARE VERY ARTISTIC AND SEEM TO HAVE A LOVE FOR BEAUTY, THUS U MUST BE A BEAUTIFUL PERSON

sledge
Toronto Canada
sledgehammer@home.net
27 Oct 1998
23:37:36

Thought I should at least sign after tearing ya up at PS for dissin' by bud Kris.... Hope ya forgive me! : )

Connie Cannon
San Juan Capistrano, CA
bluelady@geocities.com
23 Oct 1998
15:16:46

'Tis Brillig!
I especially love the unifying pix. Dost thou have red hair? You and your s.o. have certainly brought forth a vision of delight.
Keep up the good work.

Love,
Blue Lady

Anthony Aycock
South Carolina, USA
Heidigger@aol.com
22 Oct 1998
14:21:54

Of all the fruit which may be borne from love, I must admit that a webpage is a new one on me. At any rate--and you can believe that I'm out here, Dee, from the way the limb trembles--I wish you and Russell red carpets of happiness. And you have Tara as a guest writer instead of moi? Where is the justice in that?

Gary Moore
Chester, England
lswgmoo1@livjm.ac.yj
22 Oct 1998
04:30:38

Nice site DeeDee,

With tender care a seedling flourishes, In hands and heart that forifies, nourishes. Take thay seed and watch it grow, Beyond confines from when we sow. And when the dark days mock our toil, Rejoice in here, your sublime foil.

I hope it really takes off DeeDee,

Take care and well done

Gary

robert
canada
robertp1@idirect.com
21 Oct 1998
22:37:31

Loved your web page havent seen ya in so long hope you are good no pictures? wish i saw what you looked like bye hun!!!

Bob Ayres
Northern New Jersey, USA
layres@interactive.net
20 Oct 1998
22:09:11

Superb page. Wonderfully designed. Love that home page. Most specially the roses. I would LOVE to post something on the guest page. How do I go about doing that?

Tara
Colorado Springs/USA
Tara.Miller@gte.net
20 Oct 1998
21:14:03

Yea, Dee! Up and running, congrats. thanks for having me...talk to you later....:)

Kris
Missouri
khigh@rollanet.org
20 Oct 1998
17:32:07

well, looks good dee, I never have figured out what to sign in these things... later.

Russell Cawthorne
Hong Kong
nessim@royal.net
20 Oct 1998
11:56:03

Congratulations, DeeDee!

George Russell
Hong Kong, China
grusl@netvigator.com
18 Oct 1998
06:31:58

THE SITE LOOKS LOVELY, AND IN PRAISE OF POETRY I CAN'T OUTDO SHAKESPEARE HIMSELF:

If music and sweet poetry agree, As they must needs, the sister and the brother, Then must the love be great 'twixt thee and me, Because thou lovest the one, and I the other. Dowland to thee is dear, whose heavenly touch Upon the lute doth ravish human sense; Spenser to me, whose deep conceit is such As, passing all conceit, needs no defence. Thou lovest to hear the sweet melodious sound That Phoebus' lute, the queen of music, makes; And I in deep delight am chiefly drown'd When as himself to singing he betakes. One god is god of both, as poets feign; One knight loves both, and both in thee remain.

 

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