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    I am now looking at using words like musical notes as to playing in a symphony. Words as a building blocks and structured to teach and bring to mind, related words that brings up memories. Using words which make one think, one question, one seek, like synonyms and the definitions of. Feedback please.
    pljames

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    The music idea seems sound enough, but just a symphonic approach would be limited.

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    Red 5,
    Thank you for the wonderful post. It made my year and years to come. Your post gives mr hope so I might be able to share this story and your post with others who like me only take what they understand of any language and use it to there fullist potiential. pljames

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    Red 5,
    Excellent post again. My humble thanks. pljames

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    The music idea seems sound enough, but just a symphonic approach would be limited.
    Tdol,
    What I meant was to use my words as points and relate them to the sentence. The structure and outline of the letter would read like a symphony and mesmerize thr reader. Your feedback told me I didnt structure the post right, thanks. pljames

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    Thanks to all of you for supporting me. My visions of grandeur in this case perfection of a language is haunting me...again. I still fuss over crossing my (I's) and doting my (t.s)...oops! I love this forum and am in debt to all of you for sharing your knowledge and wisdom with me. pljames

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    Thanks.
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