When I came here it was 1981 and Maggie Thatcher was in power," Kees said.
Another reason for the E-MTOE adjustment was that KEES EMTOEs were built using standard Army pre-positioned stock (APS) codes and business rules based on extended periods of storage, routine exercise of the equipment, and the need for continued maintenance of the equipment.
the old woman is not there because this is about bringing Kees back.
DEVOTED COUPLE: Philip Colloby (right) and Kees Van Der Merwe, who married in Amsterdam in April this year after meeting in Rotterdam in 1966
The story of Weldon Kees is not so much one of an achievement as it is the story of an aspiration and its afterglow.
Unfailingly well-mannered, -dressed and -disciplined, Kees strove to rise Gatsby-like from sturdy but obscure origins in the middle of the country to greater East Coast prominence.
Even in the artist's native Holland, the name Kees Maks (1876-1967) still draws blanks.
Kees points out he was greatly aided by the new hymn-book, in which hymns 109 to 300 are set according to the Church Year.
A solitary, self-sufficient young man, Kees (Ramsey Nasr) derives the only structure in his life from holding a leash each evening, pretending to walk a dog.
If Weldon Kees were alive today, he would be 79 years old; but the first thing that makes this unthinkable is his poems.
On one weekly installment a group of young poets discussed Weldon Kees with Young, and along with other poets, we read our favorite Kees poems and talked about the specific invention and uniqueness of his voice.
THE POET WELDON KEES WAS BORN IN Beatrice, Nebraska, on February 24, 1914.