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College Poem submitted in 2003 for Creative Writing while studying Taxonomic Biology & Advanced World Geography:

Pangea’s Revenge:

From udder in Rift

To far and hinter

Minus a hue

Formed by splinter

Climbing a mountain

Digging a well

Taken from Mother

Closer to hell

Fallen from grace

Mote once removed

Lofty in place

Womb thought improved

Masterless slave

Slaveless few

Childless Motherland

Baron askew

                      J.Canfield

Punctuation inside or outside[edit]

Hi, FYI, I have reverted ([1] and [2]) your most recent edits at Lorentz force and Semantic externalism per MOS:LQ (see 2nd example). Cheers - DVdm (talk) 14:34, 11 February 2011 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Requests for adminship/Jdcanfield [edit]

Hello Jdcanfield. I noticed that a Requests for Adminship page was created under your name, either by you or by someone else, and I was wondering as to what the status of that request might be. If you are still intent on running for adminship with that request, please transclude your RfA at WP:RFA by following the instructions at WP:RFA/N; otherwise, I'll go ahead and delete the RfA page for you in about a week or so from today. Nolelover Talk·Contribs 17:33, 19 May 2012 (UTC)

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