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May 2018
When a man can hear
a woman's screams and sobs
thunder across an empty parking lot,
from a lone truck
partly hidden by the blanket of night,
that man is faced with a choice.
He can ignore the cries
and continue to move forward,
or he can turn and fight.
Such terrible options are rarely requested,
and no matter which decision he makes
that man will be haunted
during the quiet moments
for the rest of his life.
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Ron Gavalik
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Ron Gavalik  Pittsburgh, PA
(Pittsburgh, PA)   
       --- and tumelo mogomotsi
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