06 June 2019


“Last summer,” journalist Ernie Pyle said in 1945, “I wrote that I hoped the end of the war could be a gigantic relief, but not an elation. In the joyousness of high spirits it is so easy for us to forget the dead.” That was a relief that he knew was simply unavailable to many and a forgetting that shouldn’t be allowed to any. - 5 June 2019, David Chrisinger, New York Times

1 comment :

  1. Should always remember indeed. Wasn't for them many of us wouldn't be here.


Dusty words lying under carpets,
seldom heard, well must you keep your secrets
locked inside, hidden deep from view?
You can talk to me... (Stevie Nicks)

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