Monthly Archives: June 2013

Gettysburg, a living place

When we as Americans think of Gettysburg we generally think of the civil war battle that surrounded the village for four days in July of 1863.  Yet it is also a living breathing village, where families have dwelt for generations, … Continue reading

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Great project to support, “Because of Them, We Can”

Ok, I freely admit this feels a bit odd.  I really don’t ask others for support very often for myself, let alone others.  At any rate, I’ve been occasionally following Eunique Jones Gibson and her ongoing “Because of Them, We … Continue reading

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Missing the Sky- Photo

My last post was a poem about what it’s like to work at night where there is no real sky.  Here’s a photo that explains it, with the poem super imposed. Interested in having this piece in your home or … Continue reading

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Missing the Sky

At night I miss the stars There above me Streaking ‘cross My eyes Out there In the great Beyond Away from City glow These nights I see the city There beyond my sight Just over the horizon Halogen blocking stars … Continue reading

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