Thread: The Oak Lament
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Old 2004-10-29, 21:17
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Originally Posted by L,B'XXX
Well, I was thinking 'nothingless' could be poetic license. "nothingness" is in my Oxford American Dictionary and means --nonexistence, faded into nothingness.
This doesn't have some words in it and "nothingless" is one that isn't.

Thanks for the clarifications though.

That's pretty odd, since in all the poetry I have ever read it always is nothingless...
ohh well..
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