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It Never Stops (and) Twenty Two Soldiers: Two Painful Portraits of People, in Poetry

Social justice poet Brian Crandall gives us a glimpse at depression and suicide among active and retired military personnel. The post It Never Stops (and) Twenty Two Soldiers: Two Painful Portraits of People, in Poetry appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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