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T Wignesan Créteil/Paris / France, Male, 83
Profession :
ex-Research Fellow, C.N.R.S., Paris
Education :
Docteur d'Etat ès lettres, Sorbonne-Panthéon Univ
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  • POEM: Villanelle: The Dilemma Of The Non-Violent - 64 by T (no first name) Wignesan (1/3/2016 6:01:00 AM)

    Thank you very much. You're indeed most kind. Here's wishing you and yours: THE VERY BEST OF 2016! As I said, I wish I had the time to go visiting and pay my respects, too. Unfortunately, this's not the case. Every good wish. Wignesan

  • POEM: Limerick: Once Buoyed Anchors In Sea Anne-Anne by T (no first name) Wignesan (12/30/2015 8:25:00 AM)

    You have a keen eye for detail. How right you are! Manning's what is meant in the maritime context. I'll have to correct the spelling. Here, too, there's the possibility of extending the meaning into other spheres of connotation of the same word, though I'd rather not, in the sense of covering it up. In any case the quotation is a favorite one with Sea Anne-Anne (one in particular) girls about not letting anything slip out of their ken. Once again, bravo! and many thanks for taking the trouble to dig deeper than most would. Cheers! Thanks! Every good wish. Wignesan

  • POEM: Limerick: Once An Anchor Woman At Sea Anne-Anne by T (no first name) Wignesan (12/30/2015 6:36:00 AM)

    Hullo! Wes! Very kind of you to drop by, but first, THE VERY BEST OF THE SEASON and the THREATENING YEAR! As a matter of fact, you're right: this's like a sequel to something else already on the go. I had planned (not quite) a long sequence on the theme of the Sea Anne-Anne girls whom I admire for their pluck, savvy and, of course, sexiness, but I got distracted by some other Al Jeera dames - to put it mildly. Yes, you're right, something occurred alright. Thank you ever so much for the reference to Lear: I think I came across only one or two of his. I must make a better try. He's supposed to be the one who renewed interest in the form in English. I wish I had the time to go hunting others out in the site. Too old, far too decrepit just now. Thank you again. Every good wish. Wignesan

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