"Lord, let me die    But not die     Out."

On reading in The Daily Beast that the wolverine is threatened once again in its habitat, I thought, of course, about my father’s poem — one of his greatest. This clip is from a 1969 documentary about the poet. James Dickey reads “For the Last Wolverine.”

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I watched Apollo 11 lift off from Cape Kennedy 45 years ago. This is brief excerpt from “Summer of Deliverance.”

From Montmartre this afternoon, a passing glimpse of the gold-tipped obelisk in Place de la Concorde, the columns of the Assemblée Nationale, and the gilded dome of les Invalides beneath which lies the tomb of Napoleon.

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Montmartre in the rain this afternoon.

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#Arundel #train station #UK

Misty morning: The view from the garrote where I stayed in #Arundel #UK

The #view from the #archives #tower in #Arundel #Castle #UK

#Moon over #Arundel #UK

Tree and vines #Arundel #Castle #UK

In the #Arundel #Castle #park. This little castle was built to try out concepts during the 19th century expansion.

A wonderful #epitaph in the #Arundel #churchyard… #UK #gravestones

Recently went to #Arundel #Castle to do research in the #Duke of #Norfolk’s archives. They are kept in one of the towers. This photo taken from the #train. #UK

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Looks like great fun on the road to a lot of nowheres …

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hiroshimalated:

Please keep this circulating. Cops are getting more and more brazen, know your rights!

good to know