June 18, 1937 – May 14, 2018
Across The Great Divide
By Kate Wolf 1980
I’ve been walking in my sleep Counting troubles, ‘stead of counting sheep. Where the years went, I can’t say; I just turned around and they’ve gone away.
Gone away-in yesterday, And I find myself on the mountainside, Where the rivers change direction Across the Great Divide.
I’ve been sifting through the layers of dusty books and faded papers. They tell a story I used to know; One that happened so long ago.
Well I heard the owl calling Softly as the night was falling. With a question, and I replied But he’s gone across the borderline.
The finest hour, that I have seen, Is the one that comes between The edge of night and the break of day, When the darkness rolls away.
- Graveside Service Thursday, May 31, 2018
- Reception Thursday, May 31, 2018
Virginia Miles Frazier
May 24, 2018
My brother Don, was 10 years older, an much my life with him was letter, an a doll from every country he visited. I was so thankful in his 70s we got to spent time together, talking about family, that time was very speical to me. Don's kind heart was so like his mom, doing things for others, an asking nothing in return.
Ossie thank you for loving an caring for my brother, I know
he love you so much.