2005-11-25 [Mikaila]: hehehehehehe, no1 else seems to use this thingy... do you think i scared them away??
2005-11-25 [RoseAngel]: I think so...haha...na
2005-11-28 [Mikaila]: im not surprised, lets spice it up, hehe
2005-11-29 [RoseAngel]: I agree! :-)
2005-11-29 [Mikaila]: *takes all clothes off* *does a little jig*
2005-11-29 [Mikaila]: EVERYONE GET NAKED!!
2005-11-30 [RoseAngel]: Yay!!!! Naked-ness!!!
2005-12-01 [Mikaila]: damn straight.... thats exactly the sort of thing i would say.. hehe
2006-06-30 [Pages for the Dead]: must we get naked??? o_O
2006-06-30 [DarkJenni]: O.o...erm, perhaps. *grins*
2006-07-01 [Pages for the Dead]: ewwwww >< lmfao
2006-07-02 [DarkJenni]: hehe
2006-07-03 [Linderel]: Halloes! Just letting you know that I've added you to my listing of Poetry communities. :) Also, on that note, please excuse a little ad. Springing forth with a challenge, the admins at Solemn Lines have decided to bring all poetry communities of Elftown together in a tournament of skill. During July, members of each community that answers our call will choose a representative among themselves - the procedure for that will be up to you, but make sure that come August, you're all ready to roll and cheer your champion on. Get ready, ladies and gentlemen, for the World Cup of Poetry, hosted by Solemn Lines!
2006-07-27 [Mikaila]: *takes clothes off* o.O alrighty then
2006-07-28 [Pages for the Dead]: ....o_O
2006-07-29 [~*Lonely Wanderer*~]: -_-...
2006-07-29 [DarkJenni]: may be away for a few days so whoever wants to watch this wiki for me can, which I think I'll give that option to Lonely Wanderer, aye? Also please look up at a few lines above, see that really other big one, read it. And maybe have some other poems to be placed in here would be nice. Thankyou. - [DarkJenni]-
2006-08-30 [~*Lonely Wanderer*~]: numm sure ill watch it hehehe...even though I'm not on as much as I'd like to be anymore :P Thanks fir trustin me MorbidMistress :D
2006-08-30 [DarkJenni]: your welcome. ^^
2009-04-24 [DestinyFox]: that's a lovely poem