Douglas Barbour wrote:
> Totally on, Hal. That's me, in a nutshell, if I remember the phrase
> On 31-Aug-08, at 10:09 AM, Halvard Johnson wrote:
>> Memory's like that nowadays
>> and maybe always was.
Some of us become old, some are born old, and others have age thrust
All of the above?
I was cleaning out my office here because of the filth and dander and
found several documents relating to my parents. My parents' marriage
certificate from 1934; a letter to my mother from the police chief of
the town where my father died, inventorying what was in his pockets. My
mother's death certificate (1992). Eerie stuff. I know I saw his
discharge papers from the Marines many years ago but have no idea where
Found or unfounded poetry, perhaps.
Ken Wolman http://bestiaire.typepad.com http://www.petsit.com/content317832.html
"I have been watching you; you were there, unconcerned perhaps, but with a strange distraught air of someone forever expecting a great misfortune, in sunlight, in a beautiful garden."--Maurice Maeterlinck, Pelleas et Melisande