Song of Narbona

~ So different this New Man, The Blue Man, These Dragoons of Kearny. I see him – But he, He doesn’t see me! A New Man, This Blue Man, Pale-faced as white sand, A fraction of men, Sent here by Kearny. A Blue van Of New Men, The Blue Man new army. He comes at […] Continue reading

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Tales of the Tribe – Seven Siblings

Myths such as that from the Kiowa tribe tell that the seven sisters, whilst running from the great bear, they hopped upon a great stump that grew into the enormous stump formation we see today in Wyoming, Devil’s Tower. The seven sisters were borne unto the sky and became the night stars which now make […] Continue reading

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“1863” – Gettysburg

~ Mid-May, that day Stonewall is dead, buried the same day Lee will be speaking with Davis and Seddon, the Confederate Heads, a Confederate meeting on moving ahead.   The first six months of Sixty-Three witnessed the most extraordinary campaigns in all the military heretofore seen in history.   Jackson and Lee made legendary the […] Continue reading

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1863 – Down The Yazoo

  [Note:  The following is one chapter of a larger work, entitled “1863” an epic poem of the ‘Turn of Events’ at that time from the two major events that year: Vicksburg and Gettysburg.  Several sources have been used and acknowledged.]     ~ Down through the Yazoo’s Magnolia leafed region come a great body, […] Continue reading

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1863 – The Die is Cast

  [Note:  The following is one chapter of a larger work, entitled “1863” an epic poem of the ‘Turn of Events’ at that time from the two major events that year: Vicksburg and Gettysburg.  Several sources have been used and acknowledged.]   ~ Eighteen Sixty-three came with a bang, but went, with a whimper, at […] Continue reading

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