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“The Ragged Ruin”

(copyright Dawn Q. Landau) The ruin was still there; a ragged remnant of a horrific war. The cold, grey, cement structure, once camouflaged by surrounding coral rocks, was now rose-colored. He wondered if a coat of paint eased the memories … Continue reading

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“Books”

Today the Americans Are giving us books. Books in our language Books so we can teach More than what the Taliban Wants us to teach. There is to be a ceremony Celebrating the gift To my school. The governor will … Continue reading

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