Monthly Archives: June 2012

Like a Fawn

My son and I saw two deer on the Sewanee bike-path this morning, and it reminded me of a Horatian ode.  We were barreling along when a doe crossed far ahead of us.  As we got closer, a younger deer … Continue reading

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Protected: Nestaurant, or Even the Sparrow Finds a Home

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Posted in Bible, Birds, Tennessee

Protected: A Tide in the Affairs of Men

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Posted in Classics, Family, Military, Nautical, Poetry, The South