Neither phantasm nor wish,
This Road’s end will finish
In lambency and Advent.
Then, when Time’s Lord is free,
Answerèd bitter pain will be,
At History’s bar and bench. 50 more words
The stereotypes of the southern portion of the United States are seemingly accurate after my first week of residency. Everyone is extremely friendly and helpful, they drink copious amounts of sweet tea and there are more Baptist churches in each town than McDonald’s – a feat I didn’t think was possible in current times. 195 more words
Glenn L. Ford has always had a passion for helping senior citizens in the Clairton area.
“There are no grocery stores or banks for seniors to go to and they need help doing things,” explained Ford a 52-year-old Clairton resident who established the Tell-A-Paor Foundation and runs the daily operations. 842 more words
'Tis well ! Her mortal part is gone From earth to join its kindred clay; And now hy weeping friends is borne, On yon slow-moving hearse, away. 137 more words