Bill Waters ~~ Haiku

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Wastage

. . . the British High Command called it: non-combat deaths from disease, mishaps of trench life, and sporadic enemy shells that seemed anonymous, somehow, like accidents or heavy weather.

buried
in The Times:
casualty list


Published in Gnarled Oak (http://gnarledoak.org/issue-3/wastage/), 4/29/15.

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