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January 18, 2009

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Poem which by the way can be found in "Man and Camel" (Knopf). Or in Italy in "Uomo e Cammello" (Mondadori).

I love this poem of Mark's, it is so poignant. Thanks for the report, Moira, and the pic of those two handsome fellas. And it's great that you included the Italian!
Stacey

The Italian of the poem, that is.

!! I love it when people ask, "How's your Italian?" "Language or husband?" I ask in return.

My family lived in Rome some 50 years ago.
I still remember my mother being asked "How's your Italian?"
"He's wonderful," she said, "but don't tell Tony! (my father)"

Thanks for the Italian translation - fantastic!

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