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MORNMother of Red Nations Women's Council of Manitoba (Canada)
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They are for unhappy people, like me, who must learn to distil by learned patience the aurum potabile from the husks of life, the peace which happier mortals find lying like manna each morn upon the meadows.
And now, as the night was senescent, And star-dials pointed to morn -- As the star-dials hinted of morn -- At the end of our path a liquescent And nebulous lustre was born, Out of which a miraculous crescent Arose with a duplicate horn -- Astarte's bediamonded crescent, Distinct with its duplicate horn.
quoth Robin, "I hear there is sad news this merry morn.
Ay, marry, that I do somewhat," quoth Robin, "and I have seen him this very morn.
I heard Youth calling in the night: 'Gone is my former world-delight; For there is naught my feet may stay; The morn suffuses into day, It dare not stand a moment still But must the world with light fulfil.
Days are spent in play and enjoyment from morn till night.
Of late did I see them run forth at early morn with valorous steps: but the feet of their knowledge became weary, and now do they malign even their morning valour!
As Tiffany and her morn reached their building, Mrs.
I watch Teen Morn occasionally and am disgusted with how glamorous they make it look.
The egg hatches while morn is away, and the chick continues to live for weeks in dad's protected pocket, nourished by regurgitated food from the rapidly dwindling supplies in dad's stomach.
I often hear my morn refer to the Book of Common Prayer as a "comfort" when she was in her youth; the Journal was the same for myself.
Hindsight is so much clearer and while I began to realize that something was terribly wrong with my morn, the idea that she had AIDS was unbelievable.