One More Before Goodbye

One More Before Goodbye

This is my offering to the heart and soul of the reader: Some warmth for the winter wind, a light that can be held in the palm of your hands. Allow these words to once more; find you where you've been and take them wherever you wish to go.

Author: R H Sin

Publisher: R.H. Sin

ISBN: 0578820331

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This is my offering to the heart and soul of the reader: Some warmth for the winter wind, a light that can be held in the palm of your hands. Allow these words to once more; find you where you've been and take them wherever you wish to go.
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Before Goodbye A Romantic Comedy

Before Goodbye  A Romantic Comedy

"One more thing, have you ever had any abortion?" he asked. I replied intrigued, "No, Why?" "I do not want to marry such girl; abortion is against God's Holy work, it causes infection and reduces 'chance of pregnancy' significantly.

Author: Kristina Hawkins

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781329739697

Category: Fiction

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Sonja is a divorced and attractive woman. She is trying to recover from an emotional breakout by dating her marriage prospects. She meets various male personalities in the attempt to find the right guy. In lieu of finding Mr. Right, she found herself molested, betrayed and used. Her hope is lost while her nightmares become reality. Female readers may find themselves in Sonja‟s shoe at their dates. Male readers will understand how to not hurt women‟s feeling at dates.
Categories: Fiction

The Stillness The Dancing

The Stillness The Dancing

The last polite and painless clichés—before goodbye. One more right turn, two more leftsand theywouldbe atthe station. Unless she went the longer way. Pointless, though, to make him miss his train ifhe didn't want her company and when ...

Author: Wendy Perriam

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781447222675

Category: Fiction

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Abandoned by God and her husband, twin totems of her life to date, Morna Gordon embarks on a voyage of discovery, travelling first to California where she undergoes a series of extraordinary experiences, ending up in Disneyland, ‘the happiest place on earth’ – though not for her. Shaken, she flees to a near-deserted island in the Hebrides where David, historian and researcher, is working on the Life of a seventh-century saint. Morna, translator by profession, has to learn, through David and his saint, a new interpretation of the world. Her contribution to his work helps forge a powerful bond between them, and slowly, movingly, and despite the still smarting slap-down of the Catholic Church, they discover body as well as soul. The novel also explores the lives of Morna’s mother and daughter, charting Bea’s private crisis of faith and Chris’s stormy journey to maturity. Complex ties and tensions bind these three generations of women, all of whom suffer a ‘sea-change’. The Stillness The Dancing juxtaposes youth with age, the rational with the numinous, subatomic physics with ancient pagan ritual, the grab-all twentieth century with the hair-shirt idealism of the Age of the Saints. It is a novel full of contrasts – switching boldly from humour to tragedy and broaching vital themes of faith and doubt, sham and self-delusion, while losing nothing of the uninhibited exuberance for which Wendy Perriam is known. ‘Unashamedly sexual, yet profoundly spiritual . . . a remarkable novel. It must be read.’ Fay Weldon
Categories: Fiction

The Alabama Folk Lyric

The Alabama Folk Lyric

Chorus : Goodbye darling , I must leave you : One more kiss before I go . I'll be back tomorrow night : If I cannot I will write a line or two To let my darling know Ladies , if you want to find Some gents that's good & kind ; You can ...

Author: Ray Broadus Browne

Publisher: Popular Press

ISBN: 0879721294

Category: Social Science

Page: 480

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Alabamians have always been a singing people. The settlers who moved into the various sections of the state brought with them songs which reflected their national origins and geographical backgrounds, and as they spread into the hills and over the lowlands they created new songs out of the conditions under which they lived. Also, they absorbed songs from outside sources whenever these pieces could be adapted to their sentiments and ways of life. Thus, by a process of memory, composition and recreation they developed a rich body of folk songs. The following collection a part of the effort to discover and preserve these songs.
Categories: Social Science

Arms and the Woman

Arms and the Woman

She expects her daughter to internalize that policing more deeply than a learned “lust” for freedom; the daughter must now ... “Night before Goodbye" cannot be ignored and must, in fact, be learned once more by the daughter for herself.

Author: Helen M. Cooper

Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press

ISBN: 9780807868140

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 370

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Although the themes of women's complicity in and resistance to war have been part of literature from early times, they have not been fully integrated into conventional conceptions of the war narrative. Combining feminist literary criticism with the emerging field of feminist war theory, this collection explores the role of gender as an organizing principle in the war system and reveals how literature perpetuates the ancient myth of "arms and the man." The volume shows how the gendered conception of war has both shaped literary texts and formed the literary canon. It identifies and interrogates the conventional war text, with its culturally determined split between warlike men and peaceful women, and it confirms that women's role in relation to war is much more complex and complicitous than such essentializing suggests. The contributors examine a wide range of familiar texts from fresh perspectives and bring new texts to light. Collectively, these essays range in time from the Trojan War to the nuclear age. The contributors are June Jordan, Lorraine Helms, Patricia Francis Cholakian, Jane E. Schultz, Margaret R. Higonnet, James Longenbach, Laura Stempel Mumford, Sharon O'Brien, Jane Marcus, Sara Friedrichsmeyer, Susan Schweik, Carol J. Adams, Esther Fuchs, Barbara Freeman, Gillian Brown, Helen M. Cooper, Adrienne Auslander Munich, and Susan Merrill Squier.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Stuck

Stuck

Claudia called me to the boat, but I still had one more goodbye to do before weleft.I ranintothe club and asked the bartender if he'd seen Gesner around, buthesaid itwas his dayoff. I reached forthe dog tag around my neck,trying to keep ...

Author: Stacey D. Atkinson

Publisher: Mirror Image Publishing

ISBN: 9780991754304

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

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“A moving story steered by a likable if imperfect heroine whose combination of grit and hard luck will win readers' hearts.” - Kirkus Reviews Odette Leblanc is promoted to night-shift supervisor at the local convenience store, but at the age of twenty-three, she already feels like her life has become a predictable routine. That is, until she meets a mysterious doryman and his cat on the beach, followed by an unexpected run-in with an American sailor. Each man will undeniably change the course of her life, and so will the selfish actions of her bingo-addicted mother, an impressionable younger sister, and a team of damaged co-workers. Their stories weave together only to unravel in a mess of lies, betrayal, and missed opportunity that will leave Odette to face an uncertain future. Set in the picturesque Acadian fishing village of Pointe-du-Chêne, New Brunswick, Stuck is an emotional journey about redefining what’s important in life and staying true to yourself.
Categories: Fiction

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Love lives again . EP315762 . Love me tonight . EU434031 . R562360 . Love me tonight ( and I'll love ... Love me back to heaven one more time . EP313831 . ... Love me once more before you say goodbye . EU428259 . Love me one more time .

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119498777

Category: Copyright

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Wanda s Tower

Wanda s Tower

He had wanted to see her one more time before he left and was disappointed she didn't want to say goodbye to him. But he could understand how she might want to avoid a tearful scene. Maybe she didn't want to feel herself cry.

Author: Robert Beatty

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781665529037

Category: Fiction

Page: 566

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Wanda the wanderer, practitioner of the movable feast, barroom pick-up artist, skilled technician at electronics and seduction, is a sexual adventuress who works as a repair and installer technician for a major telephone company. At an earlier age, just at the physical developmental stage where she was entering into puberty and her hormones are starting to run away with her, while on a road trip with her parents, staying in her own room at sleazy motel, she overhears a couple going at it hot and heavy in the next room over on the other side from her parents room. As Wanda listens, captivated, she longs to join the couple in the next room in their thrashing orgasmic encounter. These experiences have transformed Wanda’s life. As the second stage of her life opens, Wanda is now a mature women in her early thirties. Wanda has become fully dedicated at and skillful in the art of seduction and the quick get away without complications. Electronics is her profession and seduction is her hobby - she is dedicated to excellence in both her profession and avocation. She has no desire or intention to fall in love or get married. Both would de-rail her chosen life pattern. She is fully aware that she might find herself alone at the end of her life but she does not care. Wanda is fully ready to end up alone at the end of her life. It is a price she is willing to pay to live her life the way she prefers and wants to live it. Wanda and Chuck met each other under an assumed identity. Chuck's assumption and Wanda's carefully crafted procedure to avoid complications are both blown apart when they meet the next day on the installation project. Chuck is pleasantly surprised to find his lover again. Wanda is totally rattled by the unexpected complication. Things go smoothly. The two grow to like each other. More than just like each other. They make love (on the top of the completed relay tower - fresh roof tar end up on their backs). Wanda violates her rule of not having sex with a man more than once. Chuck is falling in love with Wanda. This is the kind of complication Wanda wants to avoid. Though she likes Chuck enough to violate one of her cardinal rules, Wanda still doesn't want to give up her lifestyle. Will Wanda give up her hedonistic lifestyle to be with Chuck forever? Will true and deeper love will emerge on Wanda's part and whether she and Chuck will come to be together for life or will Wanda's love of the open road triumph over love and take her away from real love and leave her on the road forever moving toward a horizon that keeps receding from her?
Categories: Fiction

Letters Written by Walt Whitman to his Mother 1866 1872

Letters Written by Walt Whitman to his Mother  1866 1872

I wrote to Han Saturday last, & enclosed your letter in mine—I am still at Mrs. Benedict's, 472 M st. ... do for Ashton so I will wind up my letter & set about it—I shall write once more before I come—Goodbye for this time, dear mother.

Author: Walt Whitman

Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

ISBN: 9781789128390

Category: History

Page: 42

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The sentimental value of these letters from Walt Whitman to his mother is increased by our knowledge of her influence upon the poet and his poetry. This influence, emotional and not intellectual, was one of the most important forces of his life. Born in 1793, Louisa Van Velsor, the daughter of a Long Island farmer and his Welsh wife, grew up, as Perry says, almost illiterate. In 1816, Louisa married Walter Whitman, an itinerant carpenter, and settled In West Hills for a while. The next twenty years, spent in various parts of Long Island, the Whitmans devoted to raising their nine children, the greater burden falling on the mother. After the death of her husband in 1853, Mrs. Whitman lived in Brooklyn and Camden for eighteen years, living to see the time when George was wounded in the Civil War, when Andrew died, when Hannah’s husband, Charles Heyde, attempted to ruin his wife’s family, when Jeff was in St. Louis, when Walt lived in Washington. These few facts of her life are without significance except that in their unity of purpose Whitman found some of the ideas for ‘Leaves of Grass’. For in his own home, he found the typical American family; in his own home he found the ‘perfect mother’. During the last years of her life Whitman desired nothing more than for them to live together. Their letters constantly discuss the plan, and only finances prevented its realization. How Walt must have admired the even temper, good sense, and cheerfulness which Bucke says Mrs. Whitman possessed! These are the same qualities which come out in her son’s letters. The occasional touches of humor (which many think cannot be found in Whitman), the bits of friendly gossip—’snack talk’ Walt calls it, all the homely business of Walt’s life. In the following pages, we have the privilege of seeing Whitman’s exquisite respect for his mother, his gentleness, his kindness, and his efforts to make her final years peaceful.—Rollo G. Silver
Categories: History

Saying Goodbye

Saying Goodbye

Before I could expand this interpretation, striking negation appeared as Sarah emphasized that it was not because she ... that she had taught me, Sarah ran out to her mother at the elevator in order to give her one more good-bye kiss.

Author: Anita G. Schmukler

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134881581

Category: Psychology

Page: 400

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Termination of psychoanalysis or psychotherapy is centrally important both to the process of treatment and to the patient's experience of treatment. It is surprising, then, that there has heretofore been no comprehensive study of the subject. This book begins to bridge the gap in this area. It is the first volume devoted entirely to issues surrounding the ending of treatment in analytic and therapeutic work with children and adolescents. Organized into separate clinical and theoretical sections, framed by a preface and sectional introductions, and covering a wide range of psychopathology, this book explores the different ways in which children and adolescents grapple with the experience of separation at the conclusion of treatment. Of special note is the contributors' recognition that the parents of children ending treatment face their own termination experience in relinquishing the support of their child's therapist. The presentations are enriched, as well, by frank discussions of countertransference as it enters into the termination phase of treatment.
Categories: Psychology