Where to go for help with punctuation Jun 28, 2008
Ccccccome to me. Remember what the Cult said.
Remember what the Dormouse said.
Remember the Alamo. Forget the Mexicans.
Lovely cactus this time of year. Did you hear
the Queen is dead. She's dead.
Build a castle in the swamp. Solve the hill climbing problem.
sAnd, lone snd level &nd str&ching far away?
I don't know anything about that.
In the desert, no one can hear you scream.
In the lost, no one can hear you find your way.
In the way, no one can way your soul.
Why, I would love to explain it to you.
Let's take shelter under this purple rock.
The world is large, and filled with death, and all of this can be yours.
Even over deserts, wars are fought.
Even through swamps do Thanes stride.
Even under rocks does death hide.
You needn't worry about the sun.
Queen? We haven't ever had a queen here.
You want help? Answers? Ah but—
the lone and level sands stretch far away the
lone and level sands stretch far away
Punction ah Punctuation I don't know anything about that.
Where to go for help with punctuation
- I felt I was part of something, like a voice in a crowd or an island in a sea
- like a diamond in the sky
- people who don't exist
- the grassiness of death
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