Boy, I will write to your Mother. At last light, I will close your eyes. I often see the President, his brown doughnut complexion, the deep etched lines that reflect the dead piled up from this war: corpses floating. I lingered by the bed of a Georgia boy this morning;.
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I held his hot soft hand, tenderly, for an hour; at his request, read to him about Resurrection. Now the war is over, the victorious blue army marches down the wide boulevards.
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