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A Poem About Lee’s Surrender at Appomattox by Mark Walston, Appearing in the Baltimore Review

  Appomattox Surrender 1865   Wandering carnage at twilight General Lee espied General Washington surveying, engorged on war now engaged in discourse melancholy for their commonwealth.   By bodies boating fell talk of pride and valor the price of tobacco the cost of life banquettes and lunettes demi-lunes and barbettes – vive la France – … Continue reading