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"David, my darling, the Jabberwock stalks the
campus of Southwestern (Rhodes College)"
(Colyar's letter to David - January 1974)

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"'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe."

"Jabberwocky" written by Lewis Carroll (b. 27th January 1832 - d. 14th January 1898)
Illustration by Sir John Tenniel (b. 28th February 1820 - d. 25th February 1914)


- COLYAR BANKS, born December 1, 1953, died unexpectedly at her home Saturday, February 10, 2007. She earned a bachelors degree at Southwestern (now Rhodes) College and a masters degree at Memphis State University (now the University of Memphis). She taught English as a second language and freshman composition for a number of years at Memphis State and Southwest Tennessee Community College. A lover of music and literature, she sang, played the flute, and wrote poetry for her friends and family.

Once upon a time David was Colyar's companion.

They lived together till David left for war in the Middle East in 1974.

Never again did David and Colyar live together.

But they always loved each other.




My Business Card
by David Saks
 
Take my business card
It's plain, not much to see
Maybe some day you'll find it again
And have nice thoughts of me
 
Keep it in your favorite book
Or underneath your phone
Right there on the table
Somewhere inside your home
 
Here's my business card
Please take it in your hand
I hope one day we'll meet again
Till then please understand
 
It's just my business card
Call me when it's right
But darling you're the only girl
Who can call me late at night

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"The Other Monkey"
Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy
"The Music Box" 1932

"Good or bad, handsome or ugly, rich or poor, the dead are all equal."
Stanley Kubrick (b.1928 - d.1999) Film Director/Producer

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