TIM SEVENHUYSEN: Tell Us Your Stories

Only my son knew my history, he types, hunt and peck. Now he’s gone.

A sigh. Who will bother to read the products of his aged fingers?

Rap, rap. A girl and her mother at the door. School project, she says. “Tell me about the war?”

He will be remembered.

Lest we forget.

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