Love story set in WWI

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Title: Love story set in WWI
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Subject: Creative Writing
Author: Julia Wilson
Date: July 1, 2009
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His open wounds were often infected because he very rarely had the opportunity to wash. His formerly youthful skin was as grey as a gravestone and his face echoed the pain that he had witnessed since he came to the trenches. He missed his wife and longed for affection...
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Robert and a group of other men went quickly to sentry duty. The smell of rotting flesh filled the air of the battlefield, a pungent reminder to Robert that he could be the next man to be killed and left for weeks to decompose in the thick, flooded mud...
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