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One's heart breaks again watching those images and remembering Mayor
Giuliani's word:  "The numbers will be more than we can bare."   My compassion
and empathy is with you all.  Yet there's another image that will not leave
me.  Early on another morning more than 50 years ago when children were on
their way to school and men and women on their way to work one bomb was
dropped on Hiroshima.  When will they ever learn?  Let's remember with John
Lennon - All you need is love.
Love is all you need.

So my love to you all

Winifred Howard

Steve Morse wrote:
> 
> >From the late Irish poet Louis MacNeice, this seems appropriate:
> 
> The Sunlight on the Garden
> 
> The sunlight on the garden
> Hardens and grows cold,
> We cannot cage the minute
> Within its nets of gold;
> When all is told
> We cannot beg for pardon.
> 
> Our freedom as free lances
> Advances towards its end;
> The earth compels, upon it
> Sonnets and birds descend;
> And soon, my friend,
> We shall have no time for dances.
> 
> The sky was good for flying
> Defying the church bells
> And every evil iron
> Siren and what it tells:
> The earth compels,
> We are dying, Egypt, dying
> 
> And not expecting pardon,
> Hardened in heart anew,
> But glad to have sat under
> Thunder and rain with you,
> And grateful too
> For sunlight on the garden.
> 
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