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Posted by ESC on September 12, 2003

In Reply to: The man in black posted by S. Ryan on September 12, 2003

: A posting to note the passing of a legend, a voice and talent that traversed the frontiers of country, folk, rock and gospel music. When his wife, June Carter passed away this past June, some of us knew that it would not be too long before they would be together again. Thank you for your life and your music, Mr. Cash! Because of you, we will forever know that love is a "ring of fire," and that to be true is to "walk the line." There are other words and phrases, I am sure, that you have helped make a part of our lives. Rest well, man in black!

Keeping this on topic. June Carter Cash's 1979 autobiography was titled "Among My Klediments." I can't remember exactly what she said a "klediment" is. But I think it's like keepsakes, well-loved objects like souvenirs and photos.