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Banishment by Ovid and Me

When the saddest memory comes to mind, of that night, my last hour in the city, when I recall that night when I left so much so dear to me, even now tears fall from my eyes. The day was … Continue reading

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The Bells of Guernica

Guernica Oh Pablo where are you? A new Condor has taken to the sky changing his colors, striking the defenseless no where to run no where to hie And so they walk Is there no one left to paint? You … Continue reading

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One Hundred Fifty Years Ago

The last photo of Abraham Lincoln “With malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in; to bind … Continue reading

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“Finlandization”

“Finlandization”. Any of you younger folks ever heard of that word?  I’ll bet not. You know about Finland.  It is that small country that borders Russia.  Always has.  Always will. How many times has it been invaded by Tsarist Russia … Continue reading

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