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The Gods Of War
by Peter Jessop

The battle to end all wars is about to begin... Who is the man lying wounded in a hospital bed in London towards the end of Worl War II? A man who isn't sure wh..  
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Enigma
by Charles A Green
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Secrecy breeds suspense

that is always dying to find out.

Curiosity wanes

when the waters of inquiry

evaporate from drought.

 

Hence, persons who reveal too much of themselves

are of no interest that will last.

Minds ponder

when veiled are identities with masks.

 

Feared is secrecy.

People are usually discomforted 

by what they don't understand,

which is why there is media for inquiry

to comfort the gossiping woman and man.

 

Isn't it true that the truth always comes out?

And interesting it is when it does!

Too bad many his-tory books don't tell it.

Some paths are rooted knee-deep in mud.  

 

 

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull
So true, schoolbooks would have it that history was the way that certain politically correct people think it was. Thanks to the Internet and multiple, competing television networks, more and more history is being revealed.

Thoughtful write.

Ron
Reviewed by Donna Chandler
Yes indeed, some paths ARE rooted knee-deep in mud. Staying on the straight and narrow is difficult at times but well worth the reward at the end of the road.

Donna
Reviewed by JMS Bell
MINDING ONE'S OWN BUSINESS AND LEAVING ANOTHER'S ALONE...WORKS. BOASTING IS NO RECOMMENDATION...THE TRUE 'SELF' IS SO OFTEN HIDDEN. ONE FEARS WHAT THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND...READILY BELIEVING WHATEVER THEY HEAR. WHEN THE TRUTH IS REVEALED IT IS OFTEN UNRECONIZED...BEING
SO COVERED WITH 'DIRT'. SO VERY WELL DONE AND ENJOYED. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS & FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
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Of Life and Love by William Lowenkamp

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