Soulwriter's comments Page #14

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Poetry.com
Beautiful.

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Poetry.com
Thank you for sharing your work for others to appreciate.

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Poetry.com
A beautiful tribute.

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Poetry.com
:( hope you post more of your feelings through poems.

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Poetry.com
Powerful.

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Poetry.com
Beautiful.

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Poetry.com
How sad. Nothing quite like a good friend.

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Lyrics.com
ahaha! love it

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Grammar.com
I'm with you on this!

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Poetry.com
Glad to have you with us

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Poetry.com
Hi! Don't worry; make sure you're logged into your account, then look at your submitted poems. At the end of each poem there is an edit button. Hope this helps!

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Poetry.com
I love your stuff and think it's very relatable. Keep sharing!

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Synonyms.com
HI! We offer an option to search antonyms at the top of the homepage :)

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Grammar.com
Yes I'm with you on this. Cataloguing seems to be the more appropriate spelling, even in the US due to the reasons you have outlined.

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Grammar.com
too true...

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Poetry.com
Nice.

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Lyrics.com

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Poetry.com
true

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Poetry.com
relate x

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Poetry.com
Love your writing Luke.

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Poetry.com
You write well. Keep up the good work!

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Definitions.net
Glad to hear this!

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Grammar.com
The English language is indeed a scholarly topic ;)

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Grammar.com
Thanks for this view. I do agree as a Brit, that oftentimes indeed sounds archaic and clumsy to a non-American native English speaker. Having said that, both Often and Oftentimes originate from the late 1300s. I would imagine 'oft' was an abbreviation of them both. I'd like to update this article though and I'll certainly include your comments. Keep posted! 

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Poetry.com
Strong stuff!

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