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College High Reunion Our Journey of a Lifetime Classes 1959 Thru 1965
The Empty Chair We gather here, a class once more to reminiscence, lke years before Upon the days and joys we knew before our school age time was through Yet, as we meet, with memories near we think of those, always held dear Our friends and classmates, passed away to be with God, and enjoy their day. They sit at desks, resting on clouds surrounded by angelic crowds where they shall be forever more The friends and schoolmates we adore they’ll be with us in every prayer Until the day, we join them there Within the walls of Heaven’s class Where friendships formed shall always last. Until that hour, when we join again An Empty Chair, we will maintain in honor of the life-long bond We forged with those, now passed beyond The friends with whom we learned life’s truth whose bonds lasted far from our youth and shall remain forever near When we gather, from year to year Author Unknown contributed by: Dave Unger “Mortality” Verses 9 and 10 For we are the same that our fathers have been; We see the same sights that our fathers have seen; We drink the same stream, we feel the same sun, And run the same course that our fathers have run. The thoughts we are thinking, our fathers would think; From the death we are shrinking, our fathers would shrink; To the life we are clinging, they also would cling- But it speeds from us all like a bird on the wing. Abraham Lincoln’s favorite refrains from “Mortality” by William Knox