John O'Toole

John O'Toole

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About Me

My name is John David O'Toole. I was born in Calgary, Alberta. I had heart surgery when I was two weeks old. I moved to Ontario when I was three. My parents split when I was seven. Then I moved to Thunder Bay with my mom, two years later I moved back down here with my dad. My aunt died a few months ago, and I moved out of my dad's and now live with my best friend Thomas.

Then there is the most important person in the world to me. My girlfriend Lindsey. I love her so much, I couldn't picture my life witout her. We have planned our whole life together. Marrage, kids and their names, where we are going to live in the future. She makes me very happy. I love her so much she even get's her own little paragraph.

Some of my intersts are:

Writing of course


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Posted 14 Years Ago


Hey John. Thanks so much for your review of my poem. I really appreciated your words and you are great. I hope all is going well for you, haven't heard from you in a while.

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Posted 14 Years Ago


Hey John. Thanks so much for your review of my poem. I really appreciated your words and you are great. I hope all is going well for you, haven't heard from you in a while.

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Posted 14 Years Ago


Hey John. Thanks so much for your review of my poem. I really appreciated your words and you are great. I hope all is going well for you, haven't heard from you in a while.

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Posted 14 Years Ago


Hey John. Thanks so much for your review of my poem. I really appreciated your words and you are great. I hope all is going well for you, haven't heard from you in a while.

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Posted 14 Years Ago


hey john thx for your words on god's command

i truly loved it.

thxxx
lara

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Posted 14 Years Ago


HEYY JOHN!!

feel like reading a bunch of my poems and commenting??

you know you love me!!

lol :D

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Posted 14 Years Ago


hey thanks for the review of "the stranger" it means a lot. I also can't wait to getting around to reading more Leo!
hope you're having an awsome day,
~Jaz

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Posted 14 Years Ago


hiya! no worries about the review, I am really enjoying it so I should be the one thanking you!
hope your having a great day in your part of the world,
~Jaz

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Posted 14 Years Ago


hey, thanks a heap for the review of "DRAGON" I just love getting reviews.
And I cant wait for the next leo segment. Do send it when its done!
wishing you a warm, happy and sunny day,
~Jaz

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Posted 14 Years Ago


Hello John, I am sorry that u didnt understand but i copy here the explanation for those 2 writers. it s about decadence.
thy a lot for your reading.

Answering Nathan's review and Vanessa's review:

right Maws is the jaws or throat of a voracious animal: like "a gigantic wolfhound with a fearful, gaping maw."
I say
Maws of kites buried ----------------they had to much life (mind stretching, yes).
decadent is a normal word.

Vanessa, he will forgive me thinking the same. I got this edited by a friend, who is and Englishman in Montreal. I wrote it like this.

Begraben wir die Drachenm?e
tanzen wir auf ihren Gr?rn.
Das Leben is nur eine Handvoll Lieder.

and I translated this, what he edited, like I posted.

we bury now the maws of kities,
dancing on their graves.
The life just giving what one craves
while singing a song in the wind.-----------I translated this way. but it was just a small rhyme, not a senryu. mr. shakespeare will for sure forgive me. i posted the edited version, i liked better. i also can take it away, but why? i didn 't copy.

vanessa, nathan, thanks for reading me!



Posted: 05:22 AM on August 01, 2007