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Poetry.com
ahahahaha

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Poetry.com
Wow.

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Poetry.com
I wonder what inspired this

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Poetry.com
thank you very much.

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Poetry.com
Bruce, you write fantastically. Your words are moving and the content is sad. Please be reassured that these words don't ring true for us as the new owners of Poetry.com. We are passionate about creativity, freedom and the written word. Please keep sharing your great work! 

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Poetry.com
Wow!

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Lyrics.com
https://www.lyrics.com/lyrics/Take me all the way
Hi! Is it Maroon 5's Take Me All the Way??

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Lyrics.com
thanks for the recc!

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Poetry.com
Keep writing, love your stuff x

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Poetry.com
I'm honoured

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Grammar.com
Take a look here for a clear answer: https://www.grammar.com/dependent-clause

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Poetry.com
so moving

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Poetry.com
:(

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Poetry.com
important words

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Poetry.com
:(

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Poetry.com
love your work!

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Poetry.com
Beautiful.

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Poetry.com
lovely

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Poetry.com
Beautiful. Sorry for your loss.

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Poetry.com
:( beautiful and sad

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Poetry.com
I love this! Looking forward to hearing more from you

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Poetry.com
Keep writing, it's great!

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Poetry.com
sweet!

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Grammar.com
Great question! The first sentence is correct. The second is not incorrect, however it doesn't grammatically 'flow' given the use of 'coupled with' and then 'together' used soon afterwards. There is no need to use the word 'together' as 'coupled with' has already been used correctly. Therefore it makes much more sense to use the first sentence. 

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Grammar.com
I together with *insert pronoun here*

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C She finished her book before the movie started.
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