In Memoriam: To My Children

Pelletier, Francis M.
October 2005
Journal of Visual Literacy;Autumn2005, Vol. 25 Issue 2, preceding p117
Academic Journal
Presents the poem "To My Children," by Francis M. Pelletier. First Line: When time for me hath runneth out; Last Line: I found my happiness in you.


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