Cemeteries have long been the subject of art. From ancient poets to Morrisey they remind us of the rules that govern us all regardless of race, culture, wealth or belief. Sun and shadow, light and dark, life and death: eternal themes that prove our time is not new. The low ground of New Orleans and Key West force the dead to live above ground. What cannot be buried becomes its own society. Roads, neighborhoods and overcrowding are human problems and only death quiets the quarrels.