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Saturday, September 5

I can't remember when I put this together. A long time ago. This was an old "Bert and Ernie" For a long time I couldn't remember the first name. Then I went on-line to find it. Bert, good old Bert. Thank heavens for the Net. I find more forgotten pieces of my memory there. Amazing how many things I've forgotten. I do remember where I first got the limerick about Sweeney. Brother Bob sent it to me at least twenty years ago and I pulled the others from one of my many collections of poetry.

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