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    Saturday, April 11, 2009    
         
      Tabb Centenary Year XXIII
(04/11/09 10:08:43 AM; 61 words)
A quatrain by Rev. John B. Tabb. Death So sweet to tired mortality the night    Of life’s laborious day, That God himself, o’erwearied of the light,    Within its shadow lay.....
   
    Friday, April 10, 2009    
         
      Tabb Centenary Year XXII
(04/10/09 07:16:28 AM; 285 words)
Five poems by Rev. John B. Tabb. Good Friday Behold in every crimson glow    Of earth and sky and sea, The Hand that fashioned them doth show    Love crucified for....
   
    Thursday, April 09, 2009    
         
      Tabb Centenary Year XXI
(04/09/09 07:19:48 AM; 167 words)
A sonnet by Rev. John B. Tabb. The Paschal Moon Thy face is whitened with remembered woe; For thou alone, pale satellite, didst see, Amid the shadows of Gethsemane, The....
   
    Sunday, April 05, 2009    
         
      Tabb Centenary Year XX
(04/05/09 11:27:27 AM; 366 words)
Five poems by Rev. John B. Tabb. Peach Bloom A dream in fragrant silence wrought, A blossoming of petaled thought, A passion of these April days— The blush of nature....
   

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Cor ad cor loquitur J. H. Newman — “Heart speaks to heart”