No Answers: Prosery

Edward Hopper, “Automat,” 1927 We heard about D-Day, of course, we heard. It was the beginning of the end, though we didn’t know it then—not for certain. We didn’t know if it was permanent. I was cut-off from information like everyone else. In the ensuring months of battle, I faced uncertainty—and fear. And then, finally, […]

No Answers: Prosery

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