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Haha - i am back now mis amigos but not for too long. I am celebrating a coup tonight and tomorrow night. Having spoken to my teacher at length and having shown him a number of my poems (written since the age of 6) he told me that he would try and organise for me to be in this huge poetry reading in London (more than likely successfully as he has a few contacts...) and hopefully from there get the attention of a few publishers finally! Gosh what a gap year this has been - and my French Coursework is now all done and now just a simple AS Oral Exam remains - UCL here i come i suppose

What has everyone been up to? Any exciting developments?
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well done in getting through 'the system'. ive still got it to come!
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(Original post by bradders)
Oh, I am glad of your news. Click here to see my humble efforts to keep the legacy alive – it received a mixed response, I’m afraid to say, and I was even bad-rep’d for it. Nevertheless I still fight, with the advice which the Chaplin gives one of the many twizzeled public school boys under his charge in the 60s classic film 'If...': "Fight the good fight, boy - fight the good fight!"
lol - thank you
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