the forgotten
another fifty years to forget
again celebration
the past is justified for our generation
justified segregation from your retired number
my wounds open for your tears
my eyes flood in disgust

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    General CommentNo matter how long ago something happened, even if it was before your time, it can still bring tears. Yaphet Kotto is one of the few bands with talent, that still exists.
    WhatOnceWasLifeon April 26, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis is Cape Henry Virginia. In 1607, thirteen years before the Pilgrims, the first English settlers landed here. They came seeking a new world, where religion(???) could reach out from these shores for the glory of Jesus. This cross marks the place where their first official act in America was to kneel and pray. And just twelve miles away, this cross marks the place where 369 years later, CBN is fulfilling their dream(???)
    sxeanon October 19, 2008   Link

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