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Erin - about your grave-marker thoughts - a hospice volunteer told me that for those intending cremation, there should be markers anyway for the benefit of genealogy researchers...
Now called Skullcap, it is a fitting grave-marker for the thousand who were slain as they killed their kin.
And the war, well, she is Roger's mother, she's leached at all the soft, the vulnerable inclusions of hope and praise scattered, beneath the mica-dazzle, through Roger's mineral, grave-marker self, washed it all moaning away on her gray tide.
In a room adjacent to the carvings they have discovered a large stone which could have been an altar or a grave-marker that pre-dated the Israelites.
She was buried with a small stone painted by Harvey, beneath a grave-marker etched with the Eleven logo.
N.D. The granite grave-marker bears the family name, "Hamre," as well as the birth dates for husband and wife Larry and Connie Hamre.