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tomorrow's forgotten headline
by William P Haynes

Sunday, May 28, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Doctor Ed Ragsdale said his job was stressful
Doc Ed Van Dyk dealt with the terminally ill
Yesterday it rained
And all the pieces fell apart in a South Beach Hotel
Was his wife unfaithful; was life simply too harsh
Will tomorrow's forgotten headline ever be remembered
Ed threw his boys ages four and eight from the 15th floor balcony and then leapt to his death
Yesterday it rained
And all the pieces fell apart in a South Beach Hotel

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Reviewed by Nordette Adams 5/31/2006
A stark vision of disillusionment, fear, and soul collapse. ~~Nordette Adams
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 5/28/2006
Who said what Doctors see and deal with on a daily basis don't take a toll? Maybe he knew just how bad life really does stink at times and decided that he didn't want his children having to go through it?
Ofcourse we know that really wasn't his decision to make...but now he stands before His only true Judge.
May God have mercy on them all three.

Lisa



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