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VETERAN'S DAY 2016



Humankind memorializing the passage of time and the spattering of flesh is a sign that we have discovered something relevant to us while we warred- Peace shall not tolerate the brevity of its use any longer, at least not without our extinction and its beginning again from scratch.

God bless those who have served, and may they now rise as peacemakers and peacekeepers, that we may honor something that doesn't suffer...


© 2016 Mark Richard Prime

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