NABOKV-L post 0015628, Tue, 30 Oct 2007 22:28:44 -0400

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Re: query: serenity and trinity
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Did your Googling turn up Trinity Spire and Serenity Spire, not
far from each other in the Alaska range?
<http://www.summitpost.org/area/range/170857/alaska-range.html>
An anerotic echo of Sex Rouge and Sex Noir?

The two words might be accepted as a rhyme (cf. Swinburne's
ever-never-river, and there are probably closer examples).
Maybe in some undergraduate light verse or song? I'm tempted
to make up a limerick: There once was a Fellow of Trinity/
Who said women disturbed his serinity...

I'm not convincing myself, though.

Jerry Friedman

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