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IV Long since my heart has been breaking Its pain is past A time has been set to its aching Peace comes at last   Emily Georgiana Countess of Winchilsea and Nottingham, died age 39

IV Long since my heart has been breaking Its pain is past A time has been set to its aching Peace comes at last Emily Georgiana Countess of Winchilsea and Nottingham, died age 39

THE POEM ON SUSY CLEMENS' (Mark Twain's daughter) HEADSTONE "Warm summer sun,  Shine kindly here,  Warm southern wind,  Blow softly here.  Green sod above,  Lie light, lie light.  Good night, dear heart,  Good night, good night. "

THE POEM ON SUSY CLEMENS' (Mark Twain's daughter) HEADSTONE "Warm summer sun, Shine kindly here, Warm southern wind, Blow softly here. Green sod above, Lie light, lie light. Good night, dear heart, Good night, good night. "

Reverand Martin Luther King, Jf. (1929-1963) "Free at last, Free at last, Thank God Almighty I'm Free at last"

Reverand Martin Luther King, Jf. (1929-1963) "Free at last, Free at last, Thank God Almighty I'm Free at last"

Especially when that "something" you loved most in the whole world has been touched by it, and taken out of your life forever.

Especially when that "something" you loved most in the whole world has been touched by it, and taken out of your life forever.

Weird but True: Strange and Unusual Tombstones

Weird but True: Strange and Unusual Tombstones

As a Catholic who is also a firm believer in reincarnation, I do not think that our final resting place is a hole in the ground at a plot in a cemetery -- and yet I have always been drawn to these locations. Maybe it's the ghost hunter in me, but I...

Effigies on the Savage memorial, St. Mary's Church, Elmley Castle--Sir William Savage, d. 1616; his son, Sir Giles, d. 1631; Catherine Savage, wife of Sir Giles, holding posthumous baby. Lady Catherine d. 1674 (and is actually buried in Malvern Priory, not here); I assume the baby died at birth or soon after, as four other weepers are kneeling by their feet. Photograph by Philip Halling, via Geograph

Effigies on the Savage memorial, St. Mary's Church, Elmley Castle--Sir William Savage, d. 1616; his son, Sir Giles, d. 1631; Catherine Savage, wife of Sir Giles, holding posthumous baby. Lady Catherine d. 1674 (and is actually buried in Malvern Priory, not here); I assume the baby died at birth or soon after, as four other weepers are kneeling by their feet. Photograph by Philip Halling, via Geograph

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