so what's this
For most of us,at least those like me, literature does occupy a special place in our hearts.I am never in loss of words to compliment any good piece, but certainly cheap gossip and that kind of busy body talk are not at all part of my favourites.So when I set my mind to read and enjoy, leave alone offer my share of very academic criticism to a piece, I rarely want to know how many 'lovely wives' ou bien 'very cherished sweethearts' someone has.Honestly should that really be my priority?
In my opinion these writers should actually dedicate their work to their 'dear readers' who despite all the mistakes and intricate expressions, have spared their time to fathom and appreciate the writer's, line of thought.The love notes and marshy expressions could be done quite safely in their bedrooms.No don't get me wrong, I also have lot's of people to whom I owe so much, much more than what our favourite writer does to his 'tres chic and amazingly patient queen of a wife' but really do I say?Let's get professional and more appropriate.Thats all really I feel I have relieved my heart.And this is dedicated with most sincerity to 'all who would spare their time to please read of my thoughts'.'Much love'.....and there....look who's talking? so I 'll say lots of thanks.