Poets’ Corner: Feela For Father’s Day
To honor the memory of his father – and friend who was a father who just past – on Father’s Day, David Feela choose to continue a tradition scholars say might have emerged from Babylonian ruins, where upon a 4,000 years ago, a boy named Elmesu supposedly carved a message of good health and long life to his dad on a card made out of clay.
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