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Farewell To Mr Spock

The world today must mourn the loss Of a soul that touched generations across. This man who changed how we looked at space, And was associated with the Vulcan race For where he traveled friends were made, Hearts touched by grace and the love he gave. And when departing he'd raise one hand, Give split Vulcan sign from their planet grand. With just four words, “Live long and prosper,” Good will prevailed and hope was fostered. What Hollywood started five decades ago, He made much more as new fans showed. Everyone esteemed those pointed ears, Wherever he went throughout the years. With Kirk, McCoy, and Scotty too, This team of friends endured so true. Folks loved to watch him face harsh foes, Armed with his logic head to toes. How often it had saved the day, If mankind just followed his ways. But now he's left this planet to see, And boldly meet his destiny. For Leonard Nimoy was his name, Eternally honored now rests his frame. Yet if by chance there's another race We find one day in outer space, All we've learned from “Mr.Spock” About logic should help us a lot! But more than that we must confess His human side taught us the best.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2015




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Date: 3/4/2015 11:14:00 AM
an excellent tribute! great job!
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Kathleen Callaway
Date: 3/4/2015 5:29:00 PM
Thank you so much for your kind comment and taking the time to leave it! :)
Date: 3/4/2015 1:53:00 AM
wonderful tribute:-) Hugs Jan xx
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Kathleen Callaway
Date: 3/4/2015 2:33:00 AM
Thank you very much for your input. It's greatly appreciated!
Date: 3/3/2015 10:53:00 PM
A fitting tribute, nicely put. Mister Viv
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Kathleen Callaway
Date: 3/4/2015 12:15:00 AM
Thank you very much. He taught so much about life, dignity and having a true character. Lessons so many will continue to learn for decades to come. Kathleen.