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Lost in words
by Lynn Barry
Friday, March 11, 2005
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for those who write in more than one language...this one's for you!

Lost in words

I took three years of Spanish
But would not have a clue
How to translate one to the other
When writing a poem or two
My admiration goes out
To the many who can... and do
Cause my words are in one language
And theirs are in a slew

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Reviewed by Cathrine Hottran 5/5/2005
good write :)
Reviewed by Sherry Gibson 3/15/2005
I'm with you, I couldn't write in any other language except English. I congradulate those who have mastered more than one language!!! Cute write.

Reviewed by Nordette Adams 3/11/2005
I too applaud those who do that thing they do.

Like you, I've taken languages, was actually an honors student, but would not even attempt to write a poem in another language. I used to dodge my Spanish teacher in college for fear if I said, "Hola!" she'd gush Spanish at me like a hose and then she'd know I didn't deserve that "A." LOL

However, you deserve applause for this poem. I enjoyed this delightful write of yours in my native tongue very much. :-) ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 3/11/2005
Well I know enough Spanish to get me in trouble and I am like John in that conjugating verbs always threw me for a loop. So I study the body language and try to find a happy mediumn.
Reviewed by john zimmerman 3/11/2005
i never mastered english
in any of its forms . . .

good write

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/11/2005
My admiration to them also, Lynn. And I'm in the same club you are -I was brought up by Polish speaking relatives, I took three years of French in college, I lived in Italy for three years, and my wife speaks Spanish - and I can't manage to write in any of the four - Bummer!
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