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Marius Surleac
[24.Apr.08 17:06]
The idea of using old English style is very good. I want to ask you why did you use "ney" - did you refer to the musical instrument similar with the flute or you wanted to say something else. Also, in the final, "mear" would be “mere”?
In conclusion the text is ok.

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Marius Surleac
[24.Apr.08 17:32]
Pay attention!
Do not post more than 2 texts per day!!!

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Bogdan G. Marin
[24.Apr.08 19:00]
Sorry... I posted one at 24.00 or so, and now in the morning, that is why. Sorry for my mistake.

And "mere", "nay" accept my apologizes.

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Bogdan G. Marin
[24.Apr.08 19:01]
'mere be' - 'mere me'.

'be' was said for me in old english.

 =  All right, but...
John Willy Kopperud
[29.Jun.08 18:44]
...doubt not thou love? I have a problem with making sense of that. Should it be; thou doubt not love
or; doubt not thy love?
Curious Willy

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