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“If you are irritated by every rub, how will your mirror be polished?”
Great quote. The image also suits the quote very well.
Thanks, Tanmoy. I am very choosy when it comes to images
I wish Someday Hubpages will allow us to send emojis without formatting... lol
Don't know what it is, but it is funny!
What? it can be an idea for the next forum..
I think HubPages supports emojis. I can send one here:
I see, there are certain restrictions there. The emoji can not be 'seen' after it has been posted. It can not be 'edited' either.
Maybe they like a clean website, and does not like clutter.
No, I think they want us to keep writing as we are writers, it is for motivation purpose
What shall we talk about in the next forum? How about a list of the most interesting poets in history!
That's a good idea Or we can play a 2 or 4 line poetry game on topical forums, what do you think?
but I think after easter as a lot of people will be busy
OK, we shall invent some good topic to talk about. It was nice chatting with you here.
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