Sing to Me While I Can Hear

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White Canoe Productions, 2005 - 108 pages
 

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Contents

Look at Me
53
Another Reason Another Season
54
Im a Lumberjack Yes I Am
55
Playland
57
Why?
58
Bird News
59
Can I Help?
61
Lifeline
62

Weather Bird
16
Pixies
17
THROUGH THE WOODS AND OVER THE RIVER
18
Being Me
19
Mother Where You?
21
Mother Humphrey Dog
22
It Fun Today
24
Alice Blue Gown
25
Counting Games
26
So Smart So Stupid
28
ET Stay Off the Phone
29
Shopping with Grandma God
30
Sundowners
31
Seasons
32
Serpent Teeth
34
Patience
36
You Call Me Cold
38
A Thing of Beauty
39
Guilt From Association
40
The Genie Is Out
43
Something to Remember Him By
44
Applefall
46
Dont Bank on It
47
and Blue
48
Bonus Time
50
Its Funderwool Its Marblous
51
Stand and Deliver
52
Our Cross
63
Not a Rose
64
Make of It What You Will
65
Next Step on the Journey
66
STRANGERS AND OTHER NEIGHBORS
68
Another Old Saw
69
Miss Billie Dances
78
Miss Billie Talks With God
79
Sephia
80
Mr Parks
81
Mistaken Identity
82
A Failed Motive
83
Caveats
85
Got a Life?
88
Items for Someones Notebook
90
Off the Record
91
Little Things Mean Way Too Much
93
It Doesnt Take a Crystal Ball
95
I See You
97
The Forest Primeval
98
Somebod Listen
100
Hospice
101
Chocolate Is Just Dessert
102
The Difference a Deem Makes
103
Almost the Last Word
104
Hugs and Kisses Words of Love
105
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Page 15 - It begins to look, more and more disturbingly, as if the gift of language is the single human trait that marks us all genetically, setting us apart from all the rest of life. Language is, like nest-building or hive-making, the universal and biologically specific activity of human beings. We engage in it communally, compulsively, and automatically. We cannot be human without it; if we were to be separated from it our minds would die, as surely as bees lost from the hive.

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