This was written co-operatively by myself and my wife, Toni, as part of a program entitled "Always Coming Home," after Ursula LeGuin's novel of the same name. The form is of a spoken duette, a dialog: the parts are marked. It was presented to the UUFC on December 6, 1992, as part of a joint program, marking our final departure from the Clemson community. However, a small part of each of us remains there. As Toni said in parting, "If it were only possible to be in Pennsylvania during the week and in Clemson on Sunday morning." I hope that the allusions and borrowings are obvious.
(in unison) * Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home.