The universe is a spot on a hair
on a mole on the nose of an
old man on a train
on a track crossing a
field of yellow flowers
by the sea.
Late at night again
He’s dreaming on the screen
He’s dreaming waterfalls and
bumblebees flying impossibly.
He’s dreaming flowers waving in
the spring breeze like
He’s dreaming the wind blowing in
her hair again.
These are a few of the words people used to arrive here:
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It has to be another Webb Ransdell. If you ask the big Google….for great uncle poem you get this great uncle poem about the man. This gives me a chance to post a link with the right words to the poem….Googlebot is the robot’s name……He’s reading my words. He’s a bean counter who wants to put things in their place. He’s a word counting robot. He’s my buddy. I feed him. He visits 20 times a day. He listens better than anyone. He’ll go there and check it out. He’ll check to see if anyone else called it a great uncle poem.
This squirrel poem by Wayne Jackson has been here since 1996. It has been page one or two in Google for 12 years and has been reads by many thousands of people
Walking In A Field Of Lilies
Early in the morning
and in Portuguese:
Caminhando Em Um Campo De Lirios
Cedo na manhã
(translation to Portuguese by Jodey Bateman)
1920 census shows Lester Ransdale living with Charlie Ransdale in Montgomery County…….note spelling….is it Ransdale or Ransdell?….Charles Elliot moved to Clarksville at the age of 10….
Dora Tramill, Momo’s mother died of TB in 1914. Charlie was to marry again in 1921.
Dora Tramill is listed as buried in “Jordan Springs” cemetery in Montgomery County. Cannot find it….
In 1920 there is a Melvin Jackson living in Robertson County who was born in 1900 with a brother named Tuama Jackson…Is Tuama a miss-spelling like Ransdale? Is Tuama really Thomas? Maybe.
The 1920 census shows no Melvin Jackson in Montgomery county in 1920. Momo was 17, he was 20.
They married in 1922 and by the 1930 census had three children. One son is named Henry Thomas Jackson. The record shows no Henry or Thomas Ransdale (or Ransdell)……I would expect to find a Henry or Thomas on my granfather’s side
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