The Dead, With An Occasional Remembrance

October 17, 2012, 12:06 am

The last lines of Shiloh by Charles Allen:

The birds are singing today,
Where wounded and dying men
Once laid and breathed their life away,
A quiet peace with music now and then.

The cornfield this past weekend, a month after sesquicentennial celebrations, was mostly silent, too.

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