Re: Robert Frost

I Find Karma (
Sun, 21 Sep 1997 01:34:47 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Elin,

> I just wanted to thank you for having
> > But yield who will to their separation,
> > My object in living is to unite
> > My avocation and my vocation
> > As my two eyes make one in sight.
> > Only where love and need are one,
> > And the work is play for mortal stakes,
> > Is the deed ever really done
> > For Heaven and the future's sakes.
> > -- Robert Frost, from "Two Tramps in Mud Time"
> on your web page. I needed to see it again and as we suffer a
> dearth of English libraries here in Komaki, Japan - I turned to the
> web and came up with one hit - yours.

I truly frightens me that:
1. I am the only indexed Web page to contain these lines, and
2. I have no recollection of when I added these to my pages.

Took me 90 seconds to search around, but I eventually found it
buried in the middle of a text file that happens to be in public

Thanks for reminding me of my packrat ways. I love that poem.
And peace be with you,

> Thanks,
> Elin
> Elin Melchior ****** Komaki English Teaching Center
> JALT CALL N-SIG newsletter editor, SIGNIF listowner
> See "C@lling Japan" at
> phone:0568-76-0905


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