TCS: Memorial Day – For All We Know

Good Morning!

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Welcome to The Coffee Shop, just for you early risers on Monday mornings.
This is an Open Thread forum, so if you have an off-topic opinion burning a
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War does not determine who is right – only who is left.

 – Bertrand Russell


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Memorial Day is not about the greatness of our nation, or the might of our military.  It is a day for counting the true cost of war.  Our dead loved ones, and those who have come home forever wounded in body or mind.

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“A dignified transfer”

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Rupert Friend sings “For All We Know” to Joan Plowright in Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont

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For All We Know

For all we know
We may never meet again
Before you go
Make this moment sweet again

We won’t say goodnight
Until the last minute
I will hold out my hand
And my heart will be in it

For all we know
This may only be a dream
We come and we go
Like the ripples of a stream

So love me
Love me tonight
Tomorrow was made for some
Tomorrow may never come

For all we know


Songwriters: J. Coots / Sam M. Lewis

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About wordcloud9

Nona Blyth Cloud has lived and worked in the Los Angeles area for the past 45 years, spending much of that time commuting on the 405 Freeway. After Hollywood failed to appreciate her genius for acting and directing, she began a second career managing non-profits, from which she has retired. Nona has now resumed writing whatever comes into her head, instead of reports and pleas for funding. She lives in a small house overrun by books with her wonderful husband and a bewildered Border Collie.
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