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Discussion in 'Creative Traditional' started by Kit Carson, Jun 12, 2007.



    Kit Carson JPiC Contributor

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    Free



    Free
    Power
    To form thought
    Truth in action while
    Ideas join with ideals
    Revolutionizing life
    "My freedom I hold dear" Page/Plant

    mjcarson
    6-12-07


    Posted By Kit Carson | Jun 12, 2007
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    Good work here! Love the form and the flow...nice touch.


    Posted By Benny | Jun 14, 2007
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    mangodroplet Blue Mango Puppy :]

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    haha cool.
    Well, this Clarity Pyramid was actually created by one of our members here in this forum :D
    --> Jer4clarity
    hehe. He's amazing :]
    but yeah...what is the page/plant thing at the end of the last line mean?

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    Thank you Benny for your kind words! :)

    Thank you mangodroplet, I'm glad you liked it. Yes, of course, I met Jerry the day I joined.
    Page/Plant refers to the originators of the quote. In this case I called on my love of rock and roll and used a portion of the song (one of my favorites) "Ramble on" which was written by Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, the creative force behind the band Led Zeppelin. In the song they pay tribute to Tolkien's Lord of the Rings among other things. In 1970, LOTR was not well known across the US and I think this song may have helped it some.


    Posted By Kit Carson | Jun 14, 2007
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