At the little church in Norwood, babies from the 1800's are scattered in the graveyard. The railroad transplanted some.
I didn't understood Emily Dickinson's line until now: "Her face was in a bed of hair..." We laughed in poetry class about that line, thinking it was very sexual. Well, it is.
But now, in front of me, I see the infants' graves. Dickinson's line was very literal. The photo is self-explanatory.
Causes Marilyn Kallet Supports
Southern Poverty Law Center, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, ACLU, Amnesty International, Save Darfur.