I heard Ray read a poem on the radio several years ago about a Christmas fruit cake. It was about how the fruit cake came over to America with Columbus and has been being passed from person-to-person ever since.
I think the poem was called 'It Came To Pass and Not To Stay', though I could not find it at my library.
Is this poem published anywhere?
we eat, tonight.
Many fruitcake jokes can be found here: https://grubamericana.com/2012...y-tradition-or-joke/
The only It Came to Pass, Not to Stay reference I could find was by Buckminster Fuller.
we eat, tonight - Terran
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