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Operation Clambake Message Board • Disconnection -- Why We Fight III -- Operation Reconnect
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Disconnection -- Why We Fight III -- Operation Reconnect

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:20 am
by LRonAnon
We've added a reconnection video to the collection.


Enjoy.

The Lighthouse Letter

8)

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 3:48 am
by Kilia
LRonAnon, I have always loved your videos and this is no exception. Beautifully done...simply beautiful.
Many thanks and blessings,
Kilia

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 4:58 pm
by LRonAnon
Thank you Kilia,

We do our best to promote the truth as we see it.

I'm not really good at promoting the videos, so I posted it here and ESMB.

It seems this is a quiet area of OCMB.

thanks again for responding.

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 6:57 pm
by Knusern
Must..resist.. tears.... FAIL. Need beer to restore manlines....

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 7:02 pm
by carol
Wow - LRonAnon - thank you.
There is still this little abandoned kid in me that watches this and feels I am peaking out from behind you and other people standing up for us while saying, "this is not right". There is for me such a sense of caring that I have not felt before. Thank you so much.

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 7:32 pm
by Sea Horse
Absolutely beautiful poem. Epic (in the poem vernacular, not Anon-speak).

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 8:13 pm
by Benny's Friend
Achingly beautiful! Oh my gosh I'm a wreck. Thanks you, LRonAnon. Can you please tell me who the author of "The Lighthouse Letter" is? They deserve tremendous accolades. My gosh. Just beautiful.

Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 2:44 am
by LRonAnon
carol wrote:Wow - LRonAnon - thank you.
There is still this little abandoned kid in me that watches this and feels I am peaking out from behind you and other people standing up for us while saying, "this is not right". There is for me such a sense of caring that I have not felt before. Thank you so much.
Beautiful Sentiment, thank you. But it seems we are standing together, you are here.

We just hope it encourages more people to come and rightly claim their family.

Benny's Friend wrote:Achingly beautiful! Oh my gosh I'm a wreck. Thanks you, LRonAnon. Can you please tell me who the author of "The Lighthouse Letter" is? They deserve tremendous accolades. My gosh. Just beautiful.
Well, thats a trade secret; all I can really say is the writer's true identity is only known to those who often fall asleep on our bed where it was written. :wink:

Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 2:53 am
by Benny's Friend
Fair 'nuff. As long as the author is aware of how profoundly touching that piece is. I get a lump in my throat just thinking about it.

Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 4:44 pm
by Ladybird
Thank you, LRonAnon, it's just beautiful and very heartbreaking.

I posted it to Something Awful, and the goons there love it! Here are a couple comments:

"Holy Jebus that is beyond awesome and exactly what we're aiming for! "

"Ok, wow. That one got me sniffling. Time to flier up the town and pass out cards again. And hug my mom. "

"Wow. That is beautiful.

I never cease to be amazed by ALL the talented, skilled, creative, smart, funny, and wise people involved in this. The day of victory will be a bittersweet one, because this loose assembly is surely like no other force that has ever struggled to change the world.

As a whole, anonymous people ROCK."

Posted: Wed Apr 02, 2008 2:29 am
by LRonAnon
for those who might like to have a copy of the poem ... here it is

THE LIGHTHOUSE LETTER

Deep within your cavern dark, a spring of truth abides.
How I hope you find this bottle, for my kisses are inside.

The light outside is dazzling; escape's a costly prize.
But gentle reader, grasp my hand -- and I shall be your eyes.

Behold a gallant queen, her son lost at sea.
She built a lighthouse to the stars, in hopes that he would see.

Her heartlights sweep the beach at night, the prince perchance to see.
In a lifeboat rolling on the waves, is where I'll wait for thee.

Eleven thousand suns and moons have risen, shone and sighed,
o'er the throne of her persistent heart denied.

I've met a king, a prodigal with careworn face so kind.
On foot he bears the banner of a son he's vowed to find.

Behind him stands a motley crew of knights both young and old.
Their merriments are legend; their cause for us is bold.

And upon a mighty web composed of sliver strands,
three sisters weave the orphans' tales to far and distant lands.

Eyes behind wise spectacles are blurred by tears and rain,
and love for shipwrecked families devoured for worldly gain.

Eleven thousand suns and moons, ten million twinkling lights,
have gazed silent on our tragedy -- and this is why they fight.

Their heartlights sweep the beach at night, and lifeboats dot the sea.
May fortune speed you safely here, to reconnect with me.



--with love, the Author

Posted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 5:11 am
by Benny's Friend
Image

If Truman can do it...

So can you.

Posted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 9:45 pm
by julenissen222
LRonAnon,

..as I read Ida C.'s reply on usenet to Andreas video from Hemet, I am listening to your poem for the 50th or so time. I am still in tears.

Hopefully this poem goes into the historybooks as the the beginning of the end to Co$ disconnection policy.

Thank you for an amazing poem and video.

Julenissen

Posted: Fri Apr 11, 2008 2:45 pm
by Braveheart's Girlfriend
Eleven thousand suns and moons, ten million twinkling lights,
have gazed silent on our tragedy -- and this is why they fight.

Their heartlights sweep the beach at night, and lifeboats dot the sea.
May fortune speed you safely here, to reconnect with me.


This video is so very very beautiful. It brings back memories of pain and loss and longing - and ultimately of hope.

Thanks so much for that.