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Darkness has fallen across the land The harvest moon struggles to show itself through thick dark shadowy clouds A lazy breeze brings waves of goosebumps to the surface of my exposed flesh Each time I hear the whisperings of the wind through the decaying tops of the trees an involuntary shudder courses through my tensed overstressed body I can hear the screams and cries of the frightened their discordance swelling and ebbing like the tide I walk on shoulders bent forward eyes darting to and fro searching for my home in this darkness As I forge through the wind-blown piles of fallen leaves I cannot help but wonder what horror lurks beyond my limited field of vision I sense yet cannot see that my destination lies directly in front of me I am dimly aware of the passing faces of Death yet I know that I am the only one of my kind on this macabre journey homeward Ahead there is a light a painfully brilliant light bathing the street in its warm glow My pace and pulse quickens at the sight A few more yards and I shall be home As I approach the front gate I stop Though I am thankful to be home I am awed by what my weary eyes take in I quickly look left then right trying to see everything at once To my left I see the gravestones beautifully crafted and lovingly placed To my right several more stones and a sight that almost defies description- a freshly dug grave The grave itself is un- remarkable It is the contents of the grave that deserve attention Mostly free from his earthly home is the body that my wife and I had placed there just this afternoon With his hands head and leg above the surface of the dirt I think to myself Should I have buried him deeper As I ponder over this light bit of trivia I
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