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The Monument

Fifty years ago, I saw a stately monument. Worn engravings and water’s toll were signs of its ancient origin. Today those days have been forgotten. In its place is a children’s playground The sculptor’s sweat and his bold inspiration are … Continue reading

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Glass Monuments

Glass monuments gather dust. The shelves of our halls are full. They remind us of victories. Our conquests stand tall. Now the square is destroyed. Rubble and decay are piled high. They are the spoils of a lost war. The … Continue reading

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