Monthly Archives: July 2013

Fragment of a Bill Merrit Story

I wrote this a long while ago, when I thought I could be a writer. I kind of like it…but it never went anyplace: It is 1863, and we (James and me) have been in the army for, oh, almost … Continue reading

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Mr. Washington

Today is the anniversary of the birth of our first President, George Washington. We, as a nation, have chosen not to celebrate this day special and apart from any other President, and I would be the last to disparage the … Continue reading

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