Saturday, September 20, 2008

Archaic Language


The English language spoken in the colonial and time periods prior seem far more eloquent and articulate than the common, weak, and worthless vernacular we all casually partake in today. Though the language spoken then could inversely be perceived to sound unnecessary in comparison to the aforemention 'weak and worthless' vernacular of today. My one lasting thought is; is language's contemporary brilliance the simplicity it achieves through its easily understood and sensible expressions that lie within the heart of the language that are used daily?

-Michael Lenoch

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