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1: "Nancy, dear wife. Mother of my three princesses and my soldier prince. This is dedicated to you on your special day. For: Allowing the children - For whatever troubles come - They will go - Dearest of mothers, I send you the kindest wishes..." D. Masse

2: "She asked if I would write my play, I wondered what of course to say. Should I tell of old and true? Or give modern thought its due?" Athene and the Countess Marlene, D. Masse

3: "Actually, my greatest support was my wife [helping me to campaign]." - To the Final Fell, D. Masse SAINT AUGUSTINE

4: "So I dwelt in imaginative reverie..." Musings by D. Masse

5: "My love did run me through with fencing skills, shall I sue?" Athene and the Countess Marlene, D. Masse

6: "Oh my darling, we will get through tonight and tomorrow. We will be together in the evening --a full moon, silver layers of moonbeams to mirror us toward a sunrise of splendor." Moonbeams by the Chesepeake, D. Masse

7: "...Still disinclined to give me love she did propose to become a dove and fly from me unless I did write and tell of a hero's deeds, of his fight." Athene and the Countess Marlene, D. Masse

8: "We cannot hold earthly beauty too long--after a while it beckons to the eternal for respite from man's selfish ways." D. Masse D. Masse

9: "...Except for the children, who were part of our love; not of this separation, which can only broaden, as rivers become oceans." On Grief, D. Masse

10: "You will be young when this is over. You are like a lovely petal yet to be visited by the sun." Fire in the Water, D. Masse

11: "The code should not be broken. The day will come when all the suffering, negation, and absurdity will be gone and only an insight into the nature of life forces may possibly be attained. Try to accept the unacceptable; adapt to the unadaptable." D. MASSE On Grief

12: "Yes, we were lucky to have lived, loved, and died during that hectic, amazing and stupendous time." - Kennedy, D. Masse.

13: "Tell us what we should learn. That is my question to you. Very well. You are experiencing life within a very narrow range." Nine Women and a Philosopher, D. Masse

14: "That all of us are just actors and actresses and I am just the child." Our Modest Play, D. Masse

15: "Her eyes had a mischeivous gleam the last time I saw her." The Other Man. D. Masse

16: "I'll never forget this day. It was so promising...Live for that. Live for a better day." Moonbeams by the Chesapeake, D. Masse

17: Au Sable Falls, Grand Marais, MI | "Hard words do no good and achieve less than nothing. Patience is the main theme. Also, you have to take the suffering - the suffering must be allowed, and passed through with all the fortitude and character possible to muster." On Grief, D. Masse

18: "Art is heaven on a canvas." Nine Women and a Philosopher, D. Masse

19: "But none of these women would lift a slight candle to [Nancy's] devouring and ferocious spirit which formed the counterpane for my reflections." Untitled novel, D. Masse

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  • Captions of Don Masse's poetry and novels superimposed on pics of his family and his homeland.
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