Haywood, Carl N. (ed.) / Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
volume 75 (1987)
Notes from the notebook of cabin #3, pp. 67-69 PDF (527.3 KB)
Notes from the Notebooks of Cabin #3 67 "you are incarnate in the world and we live caught up in you." Teilhard de Chardin "The wicked are like the troubled sea when it can not rest" Isaiah 57:20 "one honeymoon day one honeymoon night nothing else to say nothing else to write" Anonymous Everyone mentions the "waves," of course, and the "crying" of the gulls and the "moon," through the one small window, "full," "half," or otherwise provocatively sickled against a "starry" on "starless" sky, on as Helen Rusted, of Fond du Lac, put it: Many honeymooned on me-honeymooned here, most are thankful for the change from whatever to whatever, everyone goes on almost endlessly about the peace and quiet. "the thriving mysteries of life unfolding in waves of time spiriting through the vast existence in space." "we have been married four days we love each other very much didn't get seasick listening to the waves through faith in the lord we will be married forever." "do we sound boring, we don't think we are?"
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