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"Because I could not stop for death, He kindly stopped for me; The carriage held but just ourselves and immortality" Emily Dickenson
 Category:  Commentary and Philosophy Poetry
  Posted: April 13, 2020      Views: 103
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Chapter 15 of the book Acrostics
Acrostic with memorable note
"Fond Memories: Dean Kuch" by Badger_29

Dean Kutch

Noticeable Notable Nobility
Honoring Heavy Horses

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Author Notes
The original poem I wrote for Dean had an Emily Dickinson quote, not realizing that that was one of his favorite authors . . .

I ran across these notes from my previous comments and thought it would be nice to include with an honorable mention for a good friend

3 years ago
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MissMerri: What does this mean??? I'm sorry but my aging brain can't comprehend. ;p But my curiosity is killing me! - 3 years ago

Badger_29: It means 1) we have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and
2) We are bored and disturbed
3) Do you really need a 3rd reason? -

Dean Kuch: E=Mc2
Dean Kuch: The circumference of a circle is found with the formula C=pi*r. Thus pi equals a circle's circumference divided by its diameter.

Badger_29: But pie are not square, pie are round~! - 3 years ago

By honoring it heavy horses, I suppose I was indicating the horses that pull the grim reaper's carriage.


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