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From ‘The Excursion’

Funeral Poems & Readings

From ‘The Excursion’

A funeral poem for comfort during unsettling times

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From ‘The Excursion’

And when the stream that overflows has passed,A consciousness remains upon the silent shore of memory;Images and precious thoughts that shall not beAnd cannot be destroyed.

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