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DEAR MISS MANNERS: Should you tell your mother something if it is important when she is talking to company? I am six. GENTLE READER: Yes, you should (after saying "Excuse me"). Here are some of the things that are important to tell your mother, even though she is talking to company:"Mommy, the kitchen is full of smoke.""Daddy's calling from Tokyo.""Kristen fell out of her crib and I can't put her back.""There's a policeman at the door and he says he wants to talk to you.""I was just reaching for my ball, and the goldfish bowl fell over."Now, here are some things that are not important, so they can wait until your mother's company has gone home:"Mommy, I'm tired of playing blocks. What do I do now?""The ice-cream truck is coming down the street.""Can I give Kristen the rest of my applesauce?""I can't find my crayons.""When are we going to have lunch? I'm hungry.
DEAR D?ARYYou are greater than the BibleAnd the Co?fe?ence of the BirdsAnd the U?a?ishadsAll put t?get?erYou are more s?vereThan the Scri?turesAnd Ha?mur?b?s CodeMore da?ge?ous than Luthe?s p?perNailed to the Cath?dral doorYou are swee?erThan the Song of SongsMigh?ier by farThan the Epic of Gi?gameshAnd braverThan the Sagas of Ic?landI bow my head in gra?itudeTo the ones who give their livesTo keep the s?cretThe da?ly s?cretU?der lock and keyDear D?aryI mean no di?r?spectBut you are more su?limeThan any S?cred TextSom?times just a listOf my eventsIs hol?er than the Bill of RightsAnd more i?tense
Dear friend now in the dusty clockless hours of the town when the streets lie black and steaming in the wake of the watertrucks and now when the drunk and the homeless have washed up in the lee of walls in alleys or abandoned lots and cats go forth highshouldered and lean in the grim perimeters about, now in these sootblacked brick or cobbled corridors where lightwire shadows make a gothic harp of cellar doors no soul shall walk save you.