Daniel Ruefman

The Nameless All summer I wander the cemetery between the fenced-in family plots and the ornate stone mausoleums. Occasionally I find my way to the nameless resting in the north corner; orphans, tucked away a century before in that one place where the sod struggled to take root.   There the markers are little more than sand; birthdates once carved…

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