Today I came across a yearbook from the 70’s. It had very little words. Mostly pictures.
As I was flipping through the book I wondered what became of all the students.
No matter what became of them, I think their words are still alive.
I jotted down some of the senior quotations:
Don’t hate the Blacks
Don’t hate the Whites
If you get bit
Just hate the bite
-stephen a young jr.
the sun don’t come out
in rainy weather
but when you look them up
they’re still together
Which YOU am I talking to now? Mike Rosenfeld
I have fantasies all the time I live with them, embellish them, polish them day after day – jane asch
There’s a midget standing TALL and the giant beside him about to fall- charlie ISAACS
We are not the majority, but the chosen few- bill moore
I wish I were an ant
Glossy and social
and able to fit under boulders.
From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs. PETER SINGER
“Look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the Lord seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance but the Lord looketh on the heart”. Eric Kramer (The Bible 1 Samuel 16:7)
We can’t return
We can only look behind from
where we came
4 thoughts on “Fieldston”
That is not Humanic.*;
its soppose to be a kind of art.
I had forgotten I chosen those words- Interesting to see them quoted here.
Wow! If you are a student who went to Fieldston. I thought the yearbook was interesting. It didn’t say much about the school or the way the Bronx was during the 70’s. It just had pictures and quotes from the seniors, which gave me not -a- good- enough- idea. Maybe you can tell me about Fieldston and growing up in the Bronx during the 70’s?