November 23, 1963

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‘Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot’

Remembering John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

If you wish, please share your thoughts about JFK, and related matters that come to mind.  


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    • Tigana on November 23, 2007 at 11:17


    • Robyn on November 23, 2007 at 15:18
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    For John

    I was 12.

    We were afraid.

    You gave us hope.

    I was 15.

    We were still afraid.

    Mrs. West collapsed

    in front of us

    in Latin class

    my sophomore year.

    It was profound.

    I am 57.

    We have other fears.

    We have not found

    another like you.

    But we still hope.

    We hold

    a candle

    for you.

    –Robyn Elaine Serven

    –November 22, 2005

  1. I left you a couple comments from the last PBWH diary. Hope your holiday was wonderful!

    I’ll be leaving this afternoon, so take good care if we don’t talk again today.

  2. Maybe, the world was but, I never looked at it the same way again. November 23rd, 1963 was the first time I went to church on a Saturday. My 13 year old brain kept telling me that this kind of thing happened in history, not yesterday. I don’t remember when it finally sunk in that it was, in fact, history happening in real time. Dallas became the center that would “not hold”, as the rest of that decade spun wildly through time and space. 11/22 changed everything.

    • Valtin on November 24, 2007 at 01:28

    One way to remember is to arm yourself with facts.

    If you have not perused the website of the Mary Ferrell Foundation, the most comprehensive JFK assassination archive and information center on the net, than you owe yourself a look.

    When you are finished, you will know who George Joannides is, and why the CIA is going to court to keep documents on this individual from ever coming to light.

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