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Belles Lettres, by Sir Harry Buschman

 
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2004 3:08 am    Post subject: Belles Lettres, by Sir Harry Buschman Reply with quote

It sounds as though the mother was infused with a creativity, a search for something satisfying of the soul. Had a housewife a studio, brushes, and time, she might have filled the Metropolitan with things worth seeing. She was an antenna. It's more painful to be, but it is a more holy and noble thing than the transmitter.

Quite a beautiful story Sir.
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