DAVID • Sense: Tears a Land Hath Shed

1743487_956660147701377_4806392929608365039_nDAVID • Sense: Tears a Land Hath Shed.

It’s May 1st… Spring has sprung and in a few weeks, Memorial Day and the unofficial start of summer will be here.

I know we’re going to do this when the day actually hits, but let’s start early and take a moment to remember the people who have made the ultimate sacrifice to defend the rights of citizens.

This is a short piece of fiction I wrote to talk about not only those who have left, but also those who were left behind.

If you like it, please share.

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