Age of the Holy Spirit
九千以上だ！ / Kyuusen Ijou Da! / It's Over 9000!
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Re: The Woods Are Lovely, Dark and Deep
Originally Posted by xi0
I didn't even know it existed to be honest. But apparently it's Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson.
Ah, lol. Well, here it's mostly considered to be the man that contributed most to the language as well as the literature, many can own that title. I think it's the one who made the grammar of the language.
Ahh I think I saw the 333 raw some time last week too iirc. Was it with Irvine transforming into his Apostle form in the end?
Nope,what you saw was chapter332,the ending page of chapter333 was the caravan along with Ricckert was at the open field(with some wing shape crystal or quartz,i think) infront of Falconia.Awesome view actually.
My thread title? contrary to what the other 2 are discussing up a few posts ago, I actually got it from a Tarantino film called Death Proof; though the original text for that does come from Robert Frost.