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3 comments:

Pamela A. Babusci said...

nice haiku vic, but, they are sad!
i always think of my cousin who was killed in NAM at age 19.

love, pamela

Wandering spirit said...

I love it, Vic. So deep and touching. But Pam is right, it's sad. Losing someone we love feels the same, no matter how it happens...

Vic Gendrano said...

Thank you both for your kind comments. Unfortunately it is the reality of our times. For instance, the brother of my son-in-law just came back from his tour of duty, fortunately unscathed in body (I'm not sure of his mind). As poets, we record our impressions of incidents around us no matter how gruesome they are sometimes.