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poesis phreneticus sa...

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Stephen Nelson sa...

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Satu Kaikkonen sa...

In this morning's newspaper there was an interesting article about ancient language which was found in Portugal last year.

It is called 'lounaiskirjoitus' =
'southwestwriting'

The scientist haven't managed to open or read it. They know only few letters. It's very fascinating language.



Your writings here are like that 'southwestwriting'- perhaps somebody in year 3030 or so found your poems and 'ihastuu syvästi';

what fascinating and mysterious language ...


It's amazing, this what you have done: it's an universal language, i can understund that and don't both at the same time...

perhaps i managed to reach something what you have think when you have 'write' this but most of it is a secret and i can opened it my way...

and there's no right or wrong way to read it...so i think

mike cannell sa...

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seasaw

Stephen Nelson sa...

jings!

The more I look at these, the more I think how utterly wonderfully mysterious and intriguing.

mysteryeyed!

dfb sa...

i know that print

troylloyd sa...

Satu:
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ruotsinkielinen?

the southwestwriting is very interesting indeed, i'm glad you mentioned it, looking it up, i discovered some nice examples:

Alfabeto Tartesio

Corpus da Escrita do Sudoeste

Inscripciones de Portugal


Mike:

aseenmic



sawsaw


Stephen:
thanx.

i like "mysteryeyed",
i tried to shorten it to mystereye but that didn't work, then suddenly, this:

eryeye

(thru the mist)



dfb:
crackerjack boxtops & stampless aerosol

still reading thru Tidy L=A=N=G

"air is a why i could no longer answer well one of many whys that appeared that particular why resulted in just a convenient way"

mike cannell sa...

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