By Guinn Sweet | firstname.lastname@example.org
“How blessed is he, who leads a country life … who studying peace and shunning rage, enjoyed his youth, and now enjoys his age: all who deserve his love, he makes his own; and to be loved himself, needs only to be known.”
This was written by John Dryden, 16th century poet, in commentary to his father, John Driden of Chesterton. It seems, with a little modern wording and punctuation, to be descriptive of the lives of Colon and me, at this particular time.
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