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It has been said that war is hell, and within these pages, poet Robert W. Roche shares spirit-shattering experiences during the Korean War while leaving us with his hopeful vision of the future, which he sees in children and through the eyes of love.
His raw and powerful emotions are voiced in "Christmas in Korea," "No One Protested," and "Enlistees" as he struggles to make sense of the needless carnage he witnessed. We sense his survival instinct and his desire to recover from the horror he experienced.
Yet in "Children," "Stolen Love," and "The Bee and the Flower" we can hear his hope for a better, more peaceful world, one full of love and caring for each other. He offers thanks to God for the life he sees around him every day and the affection and concern her has received from his wife and children.
Caught between Heaven and Hell, Mr. Roche touches a chord deep within all of us.
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A resident of Indianapolis, Indiana, Mr. Roche is employed as a dishwasher in the vocational rehabilitation program at the V.A. Hospital. A widower, he has raised two sons.
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