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"PAST PERFECT"...(A view of the YesterYears through Rose Colored Glasses) - Part 3

"PAST PERFECT", PART 3, narrated by fictitious

'One Room School House' teacher, Mr. D'Arcy McGee.



Year of Our Lord - 1922



Photo - Young lads on sleds...( WW2 Soldiers in their youth )



INTRO



"Country hills become toboggan slides

When the crimson blaze of Autumn dies.

Seasons ago were the days of my youth.

I still recall patching...

...that old school roof."…





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Added by DEANNA MORE on January 7, 2010 at 8:00pm — 1 Comment

"PAST PERFECT"...(A view of the YesterYears through Rose Colored Glasses) - Part 2

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"PAST PERFECT", PART 2, narrated by fictitious

'One Room School House' teacher, Mr. D'Arcy McGee.



Year of Our Lord - 1922



Photo - Medville T. Driscoll fishing.



INTRO



"Clad in his short pants to school he would trod

With his book, fresh fruit and a twig of a rod

For he loved to escape to the woods at lunch time.

To idle...To fish...To pencil words into rhyme."



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Added by DEANNA MORE on January 5, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments

"PAST PERFECT"...(A view of the YesterYears through Rose Colored Glasses)

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In celebration of the New Year, here's a view of the Past, portrayed in the Heritage Folk Song I wrote in 2006 titled "PAST PERFECT", narrated by fictitious

'One Room School House' teacher, Mr. D'Arcy McGee.







Currently, I'm adding numerous more characters and converting this Folk Song fodder into a Story Book Adventure, situated on the Miramichi (" meer-m'shee ") River, New Brunswick, Canada.





Year of… Continue

Added by DEANNA MORE on January 5, 2010 at 12:30am — No Comments

CHILDHOOD MEMORIES - "MRS. GREY'S LAP"

I was never, EVER, Webster's definition of a "Perfect Child" and I blame this fact on circumstance. I was the third "Bundle of Joy" in a litter of eight, born in a scant six years to a woman devoid of any innate motherly talents.

I became lost in the numbers and at a very early age, found happiness by telling Tall Tales, especially to myself and eventually I believed I was "CHARLOTTE", the kidnapped daughter of a mother who loved her dearly and a father, who was always home. I searched the… Continue

Added by DEANNA MORE on December 30, 2009 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments

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