12 thoughts on “DONALD A RANARD: The War Hero

  1. What I appreciate and enjoy about this story is that I personally interpreted it in three different ways.

    As a young boy whose maybe afraid of the dark or scarred and has to get up to use the bathroom or such to face his fears.
    A vet suffering with PTSD who has to pep talk himself into getting out of bed to do simple tasks/ errands.
    As a person with anxiety whose well, severely anxious about the world around him.

    That’s just my take on it. Thank you for the story.

  2. Beautifully written–so evocative. I agree with Holly that it’s an emotionally evocative prose haiku. So much in so few words. Thank you!

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