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January 25, 2010

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Michael, thank you for this lovely tribute. I knew Jason, and he was as good as they come.

A moving remembrance of your dad, too.


Thanks, Laura.  Any friend of Jason's is a friend of mine.  M. O'K.

That is a lovely poem.


Hi Eric: The poem is from Jason's last chapbook called, Arrow Breaking Apart from Arrowsmith Books.

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