Yesterday Was Emily’s Birthday   4 comments

Emily’s Wall at The Corner Pub — Image by kenne

Last week the Montgomery Country Literary Arts Council had another one of their annual Emily Dickinson Birthday Celebrations and for two years I have missed this celebrated annual event. So, I have selected a few photos from past celebrations to share in my online celebration of Emily’s birthday. Long live the celebration!

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Images by kenne

Posted December 11, 2011 by kenneturner in Art, Education, Friends, Information, MCLAC, Photography, Poetry

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4 responses to “Yesterday Was Emily’s Birthday

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  1. Thanks for referencing

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  2. We miss you my friend…Emily’s party is one of the “babies” you were instrumental in helping to birth…great to see the old photos!!! Love to you and Joy!

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    • . . . obviously, the 10th being a date in December carved in my psyche, I was touching base by going through the old photos, which is one of their purposes. We have not plans for being in the Houston area till — maybe May. Remember, you and Nancy have an open invite.

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  3. Reblogged this on Becoming is Superior to Being and commented:

    Sadly, we missed Emily’s Birthday Celebration again this year. Over the years, it has become a real Montgomery County Literary Arts Council (MCLAC) tradition. Of course, it’s the friendships that we miss the most. We usually make it to the Houston area in December, but around Christmas.

    “It sifts from Leaden Sieves –
    It powders all the Wood.
    It fills with Alabaster Wool
    The Wrinkles of the Road –

    — from “It sifts from Leaden Sieves – (291)” by Emily Dickenson

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