Death!

1940s picture of the “Big Four” Trestle over the Wabash River in Wabash, Indiana

Death! Hearing the word brings forth images and thoughts of finality. We all remember our first encounter. The demise of insects and other creatures around us probably had little impact, experiencing the loss of a grandparent, parent, sibling, or someone else close to us die left an indelible mark we never forgot. There was fear of its finality and of the unknown.

Death, in my case, took a different turn. Its power and influence have evaporated…

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Writer and artist. Published over 150 essays, stories, and articles in 20+ publications and recognized as a Top Writer in History, Science, and Space.

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Writer and artist. Published over 150 essays, stories, and articles in 20+ publications and recognized as a Top Writer in History, Science, and Space.

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