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The bee-fried air!

(probably not exactly what the originator of this topic had in mind, but one of my favourite phrases from "Dandelion Wine" - and, I suspect, one of Ray's favourites too.)
 
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Timeless

Wonderful

Thought-provoking (okay, so that's actually 4 words!)
 
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Life.
What
matters.
 
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Since I can't improve on the words already used, may I kindly reshuffle a bit?

Life (is a)
Metaphor (for)
Love

--And, thanks x a thousand for bringing a couple of these threads back.
 
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The
Martian
Chronicles!
 
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ravenswake:

I love your choice of three words. Quite clever.

--And you are welcome, but I'm just following Nard's lead. We ALL know this place can be(and has been) better than it's been lately. At our best we're almost utopian, and at our worst almost bedlam.

[This message has been edited by grasstains (edited 08-20-2004).]
 
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Grasstains:
Thanks for breathing life back into this old, old thread of mine. It made my day!
 
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And you just made my day. Thanks Green Shadow.
 
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kneedeep (in the waves)

(piece of) driftwood (in my hand)

listenening
 
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Love
Life
Wonder
 
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Am currently reading Sam Weller's book now so I have three words for Patrick:

Thank you, Patrick! (for saving Ray's life)...I know, that's really seven words, but since I started this, I can break the rules.
 
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Wait a minute Patrask...is that legal?

My three words are:

Precise in that his word descriptions are clear cut and so easy to read.

Kind in that during the past 38 years since I first met him he has been nothing but kind to me.

Accessible in that he stays for hours signing books and other items for his fans. He answers his own telephone and he is the farthest thing from a recluse.
 
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Three words to describe Ray Bradbury would be creative, imaginative,and compassionate.


"The current science fiction writers are a bunch of jerks. As for cyberpunk, it's crap -- you can't read it."--Ray Bradbury
 
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outspoken, intelligent, creative
 
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The three words I would pick are Creative, imaginative, and outspoken. However, there are so many words to describe Ray.
 
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