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Danielle from Perth
by Sally Odgers

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God is my Judge from the River Mouth
translates into "Dani from Perth";
If I could know the rest of your name
(By choice, or by marriage or birth)
I could Translate you to better advantage-
but now-
Since I have just the first (Danielle)
and "Perth", (your place in the world)-
God is my Judge from the River Mouth
That is the best I can know.

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Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 2/1/2005
Why didnt I see this before?? She says indignantly :P
Must of been during a break I spose, but suffice to say tis rather brilliant.

Can you do mine, ( the real one that is) and private message me LOL
Reviewed by the phantom pheonix (Reader) 3/9/2003
great poem yes sometimes we dont know much about a person by their name i gues mine might mean im in africa wandering the highest moutains in india at the same timeLOL awesome job on this great poem
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 3/9/2003

Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy 3/9/2003
Congrat! Dani, Good job Sally. True story about names. In Texas there are tombstones for twin girls, who never married. Could their names have had something to do with it. The tombstones read Ima Hogg and Ura Hogg.
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 3/9/2003
Awwwww Sally this is sooo sweet. When I first noticed it on the board I though....Oh My Lawd!! Another doh! Well I guess it is quater to twelve and all good vegemites should be in bed! But I've got about twenty poems to type out grr.

God is my judge huh…I’ll have to remember that ;)

Btw Sally I bet it's cool there right? It was 40 degrees here yesterday ..sigh *moves to Tassie rather quick* Thanks ....Danielle Maree ;)
Reviewed by James David Compton (Reader) 3/9/2003
Gee, and all this time I thought it meant 'Hot chic down-under'...
See, what the hell do I know.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 3/9/2003
Very good again...

Decoding the Language of God by George Cunningham

Refutes the evidence and arguments used by Francis Collins and others to reconcile Christianity with modern science and phlosophy. Gives metaphysical proofs of atheism...  
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