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The Do’s Series: After Segment 10

 

© Grandpa Jim

 

 

“There is in refection the calm that invades a troubled spirit.

Music and motion pervade their way of life.

Composition, color, content, calligraphic presentation.

There is no picture without a story, and there is no story without a picture.

When something is criticized, there’s nothing wrong with it, there is with them.”

 

From the Writings of Taittenger, Chief Scribe.

Fragments from Time Again beyond the New Days.

 

 

The following words were recovered from the Sinatra Patches in the CahnStein Library.

 

“Time after Time

What good are words

Whats in my heart

Hear instead things unsaid

The years will show

You’ll hear me say

So young so new

Time after time”

 

 

IN TRANSITUS

 

 

The Robust Abbot of StrongHold stands on the high cliffs above the Straits of Demosthenes and shouts down in frustration at the billowing waves.

 

“WE HAVE THE ORIGINAL OF THE TUNE IN OUR SELVES

BUT NOT THE WORDS THEMSELVES!!”

 

Shaking his meaty fists at the gathering stormclouds, the troubled cleric lifts his mighty girth and dives headfirst from the great rock to the swelling waters and the depths below, never to be seen or heard from since.

 

 

So be it said and done until The Do’s make all things right and whole once again