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    Thursday, December 31, 2009    
         
      For Those Who Love
(12/31/09 08:58:04 AM; 67 words)
Inscription for Katrina's Sun-Dial In Her Garden of Yadoo               Hours fly,               Flowers die.               New days,               New ways,               Pass by.               Love stays.                  ——               Time is Too Slow for those who Wait,....
   
      Father Tabb Centenary Year Concludes
(12/31/09 08:51:08 AM; 177 words)
Tempus fugit. In honor of the centenary of the death of poet-priest John B. Tabb, November 19, 1909, I began publishing sets of his poetry on the first Sunday of....
   
    Monday, December 28, 2009    
         
      Not Yours to Give
(12/28/09 09:38:57 PM; 5789 words)
Not actually by Davy Crockett. An article, usually entitled "Not Yours to Give", is widely published on the Internet as a true story about Davy Crockett as told by his....
   
      A Recent Comment
(12/28/09 10:56:18 AM; 90 words)
I left a comment on an entry at neo-neocon: This past summer, I asked (rhetorically) of my friend over dinner, “When do you think the shooting will start?” I gave....
   
    Sunday, December 27, 2009    
         
      Sunday Snippets - A Catholic Carnival 26
(12/27/09 09:00:01 AM; 23 words)
Tabb Centenary Year LXX: Five poems by Rev. John B. Tabb. Tabb Centenary Year LXIX: Five poems by Rev. John B. Tabb. Confer.
   
      Tabb Centenary Year LXX
(12/27/09 08:50:31 AM; 166 words)
Five quatrains by Rev. John B. Tabb. Imagination Here fancy far outdoes the deed; So hath eternity the need Of telling more than time has taught To fill the boundaries....
   

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