Elizabeth Quinn

Elizabeth Quinn

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About Me

I no longer leave my writings here. Sorry to all who enjoyed (if any) but I will not put them up to be lost again. Yes, I do have copies, but I think it was absolutely ridiculous - so I will not support this place. Take good care, and keep writing.
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Ms. Quinn lives a quiet life with her husband, and small maltese, Sophie, in her small home full of old, antiquated books. She spends her time writing, collecting these old books she calls friends, as well as gardening. The garden at her home is surrounded by old brick walls where beautiful climbing roses sprawl. It is here where she does a great amount of her writing accompanied by a lovely pot of Earl Grey tea.

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Influences :
Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Robert Browning, Keats, Shelley, Byron, Tennyson, Oscar Wilde, Edward Thomas, Baudelaire, Rossetti, Emily Dickinson, The Bronte's (particularly Emily), Colette, Jane Austen, and others I will add when I think of them. Of Art, I adore the Pre-Raphaelites. All these are an inward passion.


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Posted 12 Years Ago


The Pom says Hi! Actually, he nattered "Aye! Lizzie, me pulchrtudinous pea-sweet
beautious bonnie lass!" and then he asked me to rub his belly.
And then he sang.
Go figure!

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thank you for the support Elizabeth. I have just started posting on this site and you are very kind. I am enjoying reading your work. You are a very talented writer.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


That poem of yours "She's Not Smiling" was pretty captivating to read and enjoy, Elizabeth. The feel of it was what mostly got to me, and I'm glad I did you much honour in it.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Hi. Thank you for your review of "Everybody's Crazy". My inspiration for that poem was in the infighting between my family....The Religious Side VS. the Atheists......and Im stuck in the middle of both sides calling each other crazy... haha....then I thought we are all crazy. :D

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Posted 12 Years Ago


You should definately give it a try. They are not as tricky to do as they first appear. I personally love to read and (now) write Haiku. *smiles*
- M

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thanks for the reviews. I will return the favour shortly. I usually set aside time to review, although sometimes it may seem like I've neglected people on my friend's list, but I always eventually get to it. *smiles*
- M

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Great bio, I am a fan of Jane Austen & Elizabeth Barrett Browning also.
- M

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thank you for joining the group 'Creatures of Myth and Legend'. Would love to see your 'mythical' work posted there. :)
- M

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Posted 12 Years Ago


So nice to read your writings here - Hugs, Lainie