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This one's for you, Carolyn.

O Mentor! My Mentor! You thought the job was done.
You tried to go and not look back. Retirement you’d won.
It seemed so clear. The time was here, when you could start cavorting, 185 more words

The Fabulous Life of a Sixth Grade Teacher

I don’t have millions of dollars or fancy cars, and I don’t live in a mansion with an indoor swimming pool.  I can’t make it rain dollar bills and I have no pull in the White House.  855 more words


Of War and Poets: Walt Whitman and Abraham Lincoln

By Duane Soubirous

In celebration of National Poetry Month, History First recognizes Walt Whitman for crafting his observations into poetry, giving future generations of Americans the ability to see Whitman’s time period through his eyes. 766 more words


O Captain! My Captain!

Take the time to make a platter of country captain, or riff off of a new Nigella Lawson recipe for roasted sausages with onions and apples.. 8 more words

Job Done!

A worthy seaman
our Captain did well
but failed to reach
the promised land

Like Jesus before
created for a purpose for sure
he fought and conquered…

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Game Day: Backup Eddie Lack ready to go against Red Wings

DETROIT — Ready, Eddie?

With usual starter Mike Smith sidelined with what is believed to be a minor injury, Eddie Lack will be between the pipes for the Calgary Flames for Wednesday’s meeting with the Detroit Red Wings at brand-new Little Caesars Arena. 1,054 more words


O Captain! My Captain!

O Captain! My Captain! By Walt Whitman

O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done,
The ship has weather’d every rack, the prize we sought is won, 184 more words