After the War
C. Duhnne

I agree Tre…it’s beautiful to watch, as if it is a story unfolding all by itself….a story not of a prticular individual, but of lives in common. And the title gives it a new meaning….the war continuing even after it’s over, raging within. Now that I’ve said it, I’m reminded of the infamous poem, Journey of the Magi: the underlying theme, and the convictions coincide and resonate.

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