Tarbolde, Phineas

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Phineas Tarbolde

In 1996, Phineas Tarbolde of Canopius wrote "The Nightingale Woman." By Stardate 1312.4, it would be considered "one of the most passionate love sonnets of the past couple centuries," according to Gary Mitchell, when he recited a passage from the sonnet: "My love has wings. Slender, feathered things, with grace in upswept curve and tapered tip."[1]

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