Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Indianapolis

In the heartland of the United States, at the crossroads of Indianapolis, the Iraq War Memorial stood on the circle monument, the granite monument to Indiana veterans. The combat boots radiated out down the steps from the granite wall that bore the names of regiments that had fought as early as the Mexican War.

One poignant moment was when a high school student walked among the boots. He was against the war, but he had come to see the display to show his support. He was talking with a reporter when he was surprised that he was more emotional than he had expected to be. Seeing the ages of many of the soldiers and feeling like he could be one of them brought the exhibit to a level that both saddened and shocked him.

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