The armistice ending the war is supposed to be signed at eleven o’clock that morning, and all fighting is supposed to stop after the signing; however, the artillery fire begins at dawn as usual and Bright finds himself running through a field filled with smoke one last time. It is then that a hand reaches up and grabs him as he runs by; it holds him tightly around the ankle and Bright does what he had promised himself he would never do: he looks down.
A man is looking up into his eyes, and the angel says his name, Henry Bright. Just then, a bullet hits Bright in the shoulder,...
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