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THE LIVING COME -- HAIKU -- 04242015-3

THE LIVING COME

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dust rises over

the country lane — the living come

to bury their dead

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Poetry

Rotary Living Memorial Tree Park Burlington

Following on from my previous blog about my dad’s memorial tree I have to share something which I recently found while on a Google expedition looking for information about green funerals in Ontario. 337 more words

Burlington

A bit of humorous verse - 'He was never number number one, until now'

Never taken to a heart,
never number one,
Funeral was a washout,
and bouquets there were none.
His casket fell of its bier,
the clergyman forgot his lines, 32 more words

Poetry

Royal Celtic burial site uncovered in France

Archaeologists uncovered the tomb dating from the fifth century BC in an industrial zone in the small town of Lavau, in France’s Champagne region. Inrap, which routinely scours construction sites in order to find and preserve the country’s archaeological heritage, began excavating at Lavau site in October 2014. 189 more words

Archaeology

I See Dead People

It’s another beautiful Bali morning and I’m up early with big plans. Dewa, my guide from the other day, has agreed to do a private tour for me on the back of his motorbike. 1,917 more words

Travel

A Final Farewell To Francis Cardinal George

CHICAGO (CBS) – Chicago and Catholics worldwide were preparing to say goodbye to Francis Cardinal George, who was the spiritual leader of the third largest Archdiocese in the U.S., and served the church in Rome for more than a decade. 373 more words

News

Home at Last

“Beware the Ides of March” – this phrase has always filled me with a sense of foreboding. I lost two of the dearest people in my life in the month of March, one of which was my wife of 64 years. 1,283 more words

Life