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I need a 9 letter word for control

It is for a poem

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Authority, oversight, restraint

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I am doing a quilt patch with a poem and I cannot remember how to put a space between my letters can you help me?


On the alphabet screen, there is a dash or line symbol that represents a space. You might consider having a " DIgitizer" digitize the poem for you. Then you can sew it as a single design vs the limited fonts and layout capabilities.

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Find a poem by words


This was published in Poems, 1940-1953. You'll probably have to buy the book and type in the texts. There's plenty going for 99cents + shipping in the US.

http://www.alibris.com/Poems-1940-1953-Karl-Jay-Shapiro/book/5185709

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I want to find my poems I published online


What is the relation with your published poem and abut this remote control problems?

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Hello, im looking for a poem that I really loved and I cant find it anywhere, I believe it started out with I wrote you a letter today and I believed it ended with him throwing the letter out...... in this...


Found it. Please vote for my answer:

To You,

I had this long letter for you. I had so much to say to you. I was going to tell you all and leave nothing out. I was going to make you feel the passions in my words. I was going to write until I felt secure that I made my point. I had it all plan out, to start from the beginning and not stop until I reached the end. I told myself that I was going to use the right words. I was going to re-read it ten times, so I was sure it made sense. I had it all figured out, my letter will be my heart in ink. I had this long letter for you, just ready to mail off to you.

I dreamt that when you read it, you would know everything you needed to know. I prayed that when you finally read it, it would make a difference. I hoped when you opened it up, you would sit back and take it all in. I wanted my letter to mean the world to you. I wished that every word would come to life, holding you captive to its honesty. I wanted to be able to place an adverb exactly at the right spot, so it could emphasis its truth. I wanted to develop a flow that made it easy to read with precision. I wanted to find the right adjective, so you would know its sincerity. I wrote you a long letter.

I finished the letter yesterday. I worked on my letter for a few days. Adding and subtracting from it, as I saw fit. It was perfection. It was my heart. It was my thoughts. It was my emotions. It was me. I finally got it all out. It was right there in front of me. Your letter, ready to be mailed, it needed one last reading. As I reached the P.S., Please let me know what you think. Page by page, I placed it in the shredder. It was a good letter.

Sincerely,


Just Me

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I want to find a poem I once read and one of the lines were, like a garment turned inside out, I can't find anything to help find it


it is not possible to find the poem that you once read because there are millions of poems that are being publish. poems are categorize according to its thought like love poem, sad poem or inspirational poem. however, we can still trace and find the poem that you are looking if you remember the author.

Feb 19, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Which category do I type in to find a poem


Not sure if you want to submit a poem or read poems ..
To read try a google search for Find a Poem and you should get the URL
http://www.poemhunter.com/
To submit a poem then try a search "submit a poem" and there are scores of sites like
http://www.we-love-poems.net/submit.asp
Hope that helps and happy reading -- Ray

Jan 11, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How can I find a poem I wrote a long time ago (about 9 years ago) but I don't know if I put it under Aubrey Teasle or Aubrey Kosareff?


Google search several words from the middle of your poem in quotes like this:

"To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear;"

Happy Hunting!

Jason

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BIRHTDAY POEMS


There are lots of birthdat poems on the Internet. I suggest you do a Google search for Birthday poems.
Here is one such site, please click on this link :-
http://www.poemsource.com/birthday-poems.html

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