Humble Contributions to the Peoples' History

When I view guns, the visions that come to me are the imagined stories embedded in the metal. An object shaped into a weapon extinguishes life’s light and holds the memory of someone’s loss–a son, daughter, mother, father, brother, sister. We don’t know the history of these guns, but we do know that misery accompanied their journey.

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  4. joseph l mummerth said:

    ” but we do know that misery accompanied their journey.”, do we ? how do we know they did`nt belong to lawmen , and perhaps saved lives ? think about it , you apparently biased !

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