Lord Timothy Dexter

Home, Again ...

 

drops by his former estates, the Tracy House & Dexter House ~
While the latter Newburyport property is a private residence,
the former serves as the Annex to the Newburyport Public Library ~


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Dexter converses with a librarian in the Children's Room about the "Nater of things"
& his return to the Waterside ... 

 

Lord Tim moves on to the program room & expresses his approval with the industry of the Friends of the Library book fair

 

In the library's reading room, Dexter
poses at the mantle painting of a Ship
& proposes "taking the helm in Love" ...

 

 
 
 
 

Lord Timothy Dexter socializes
in the library's reading room ...

 

Then Lord Tim ascends the staircase
to the library's second floor ...

 

Gazing up at the architecture &
accoutrements of the restored Tracy House, Dexter ponders the changes ...

 

 
 
 
 

Wonders at the "noue systom of Knollege
& Lite" in the library's technology center

 

Admires his own artifacts on loan from the Cushing House Museum, exhibited
in the library's lobby display case ...

 

And experiences a Motion of Comity, a
Sense of Place & Sense of Purpose anew,
then forthwith ....

 

 
 
 
 

Engaging a passerby on Dexter Lane, Lord Tim seeks out his former High Street estate well known as "The Dexter House" ...

 

Then stares wistfully at his former seat with
its gardens in want of his wooden statues
& considers new beginnings ....

 

Anon, his Lordship follows the Knowing Ones' thoughtway, asking himself the good question, Can you come home again?

 

 
 
 
 

 

A good question, indeed.

 

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