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Sunday, August 02, 2009
I have been on a history binge lately and today I came across an interesting quote. It was written two thousand and two hundred years ago by the Roman playwright Plautus and immediately upon finishing it I thought of how it fits our Uncle Gilbert.
“The poet seeks what is nowhere in all the world. And yet – somewhere- he finds it.”