Memories Of Another Day
It was another miserable, hot day in the hell they called Dong Ha, Vietnam. I was hanging on the fence just below the razor wire with my head dropped in shame. The rock I had just thrown at the POW missed, but the act stung like a killer bee. I knew instantly when he glanced towards me and our eyes met it was a cowardly act. The Look he gave would serve me well for the rest of my life.
CD/Spoken Word, Brilliance Audio, 2015, ISBN13 9781491589663, ISBN10 1491589663
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