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'Poor Matthias!' by Matthew Arnold

‘Poor Matthias!’

by Matthew Arnold

Born in Laleham (24th Dec 1822)

Poor Matthias!—Found him lying
Fall’n beneath his perch and dying?
Found him stiff, you say, though warm— 1,176 more words


Goodbye Grandpa

On March 6th—the day after Melanie’s birthday and two days before Joel’s—my grandpa passed away. Nothing can prepare you for that moment suspended in time, that moment of loss that changes your life. 511 more words


RIP Grandma Ann

I have been blessed with 21 years of life without losing any close family. My mom’s mom passed away peacefully in her sleep when I was 10 years and that has been really tough lose for our family to this day. 330 more words

They Fought So You Don't Have To

Anti War Protesters across from the Memorial tribute at the old courthouse, I understand freedom of speech, but what about Tact??? Who do you think fought for that right… 48 more words


John McDonald of Sheenboro and Land Transactions 1867

John McDonald was involved in several land transactions in April of 1867. These were obtained by the researcher I hired and unfortunately they are extremely difficult to read.   1,721 more words

Sheen Township And Sheenboro

Tree Planting At Griffith Park Honors Charlie Hebdo Attack Victims

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — City officials in partnership with a French government official planted trees Thursday in Griffith Park in honor of the 17 victims killed in a Paris terrorist attack earlier this year. 179 more words


Light and Dark

A couple more DC memorial quotes this week – The MLK memorial had two walls filled with quotes from him over the years. On of my favorites is this: “Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. 101 more words