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I won't tell

Fred Dodrill, There was a time I would never ever share them. My experiences were shoved so deep inside of me, It got to the point that I thought it had just been a bad dream. I look back now and I think that it was my own mind protecting me, so that I could survive the post war return; the horror of it all, as the line from the movie Apocalypse Now states.

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