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Page 7 text:
Reflections: Within and Beyond
Dedicated to Iohn Sullivan
To write an essay in praise of Mr.
Iohn Sullivan's best qualities, keeping
in style with the traditional yearbook
dedication, would be a tremendous re-
dundancy. For has not the senior class
already completed this task for me?
Surely their overwhelming vote for
Mr. Sullivan is the true dedication,
and this endeavor only the formality
There is. however, one of Mr. Sulli-
van's qualities which would best tie
together all of our feelings for this
remarkable teacher. I am sure the
members of the senior class would all
agree that there is something in his
lectures, his discussions, and his clas-
sically witty personality which comes
through to each individual student.
It is in this spirit that Mr. Sullivan's
dedication is written, with the hope
that as time flies past and we again
read this dedication we will all reflect
back on what Mr. Sullivan meant to
each of us personally.
Thank you, Mr. Sullivan, for coming
to Duxbury High School.
Marty Earl, Editor-in-Chief
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Between Timid and Timbuktu
Mankind, ignorant to the truths that lie within every human being, looked outward - pushed ever
outward. What mankind hoped to learn in its outward push is Who is actually in charge of the
Universe, and what all creation is all about.
Mankind tlung its advance agents ever outward, ever outward. Eventually, it flung them out into
space, into the colorless, tasteless, weightless sea of outwardness without end.
It flung them like stones.
These unhappy agents found what had already been found in abundance on Earth - a nightmare of
meaninglessness without end. The bounties of space, of infinite outwardness, were three: empty
heroics, low comedy, and pointless death.
Outwardness lost, at last, its imagined attractiveness.
Only inwardness remained to be explored.
Only the human soul remained terra incognita.
This was the beginning of goodmess and wisdom.
From Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut
All, All ofa Piece '
All, all of a piece throughout:
Thy chaste had a beast in view,
Thy wars brought nothing about:
Thy lovers were all untrue.
'Tis well an old age 'is out,
And time to begin a new.
From The Seculdr Masque by john Dryden
Plea for an Answer
One great step is over, and many of the
golden gift years are gone, yet still a stranger
to myself, I go on. So be my fate. Many
people and times I've known will be gone '
from me without a trace.
I look into my future past. What is to be-
come of my life? Where is the lighted way?
May I find the answer some day. Tormented
an I, for I have no idea which door will lead
me to the highest sky. God, hear my cry: no
more pain and wondering why. Each day I
live, each day I die.
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Count Each Moment
Time in my childhood slowly went by
Waiting and wanting always the new
Now I look back and ask myself why
Time went faster the older I grew
Wondering alone and then I knew.
Time is infinite but not for me
Time won't stay still of willingly lent
If life is short so then it must be
I won't count the days and weeks I've
I have enough counting each moment.
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