A nice addition to my indie poetry elibrary. Found a few I connected with but nothing extremely major spoke out to me. It was more of an "oh I like that" but I think I was expecting more of an "oh my, that was pretty deep" I went into it with high hopes.
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Marine desperate to prove his innocence or he will never go home again. Landers received numerous letters that attributed or claimed different authorship of the poem, but only one of the letters published in her December 5, I first read this poem to my students when I was still teaching. And the woman he loves and wants to save was trained to hate and kill Americans.