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December 22, 2008


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Wendy Louis

Thank-you for rekindling my love for the works of Eliot. I have enjoyed reading the reflections and this poem in particular on this website. I needed something to touch my soul and the Lord provided it beautifully through you. Thank-you.


What a treasure this is.
Thank you.
I will search his work out.

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