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What the dew is to the flower,
Gentle words are to the soul,
And a blessing to the giver,
And so dear to the receiver
We should never withhold.
Gentle words, kindly spoken,
Often soothe the troubled mind,
While links of love are broken
By words that are unkind.
Then O, thou gentle spirit,
My constant Guardian be,
"Do to others," be my motto,
"As I'd have them do to me."

Polly Rupe

Greetings, all, and welcome to my userpage! My name is not important; on here I go by Ser Amantio di Nicolao. He's a minor character in Giacomo Puccini's Gianni Schicchi, a notary and lawyer - I chose the name almost exclusively because it's one of my favorite character names in opera. And because I love Schicchi. I'm not a notary, nor am I a lawyer; I'm not Italian, and I'm not a baritone.

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Date of page creation07:05, 16 August 2015
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