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Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
Yes Kiel, we could read OR...

we could head over to an indoor driving range and hit a few! Thank goodness for domes!

:-)
01/30/09 @ 15:30
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
Sadly, no domes anywhere near where I live...
01/30/09 @ 15:39
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
You can write poetry about two things: love and death. Or, if you're PG Wodehouse, golf.
01/31/09 @ 08:17
Comment from: Leon S White [Visitor] Email
Kiel: Thanks so much for telling your readers about my blog. In response to the comments,

1. Read and going to the driving range don't have to be alternatives.
2. Before you dismiss all connections between golf and poetry at least drop by my blog and take a look.
3. I believe Wodehouse wrote prose, but you might be surprised to learn that Arthur Conan Doyle and Ruyard Kipling both wrote golf poetry.

Thanks again for making literate golfers aware of my
blog. LSW
02/01/09 @ 11:50

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