The Art of Dying
By: David K. Montoya

Gunfire lit the dark void of the night, Charlie knew today was his day to die. The civil war already into its second year—no one truly expected the bloodshed to last more than a few months. Yet, there he was pinned down inside a foxhole, he glanced at his partner dead from a wound to the head. Charlie expressed his concern during the briefing, that the front–line was to charge the hill to confront the enemy. He remember reading the Art of War in OCS, and it said never attack uphill.

They did not care.

For that he will die.

THE END

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