One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It is a demulcent, an astringent, a foe to the evils of the intestine, giving to the mouth a fragrance of breath, to the lips a crimson red, and for the heart a kindler of love's flame.’
- ‘The ‘wave wilderness wily wild’ draws the poet together with ‘surf kindlers in the riddle splash,’ who like her possess an ‘ocean plan for a soupy ride’.’
- ‘I am the Kindler of the Fire that burns in the sky.’
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