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Wild Horses

written by: Edward Donnelly



Humans are often inured by people who chase the saints who see no light. Some, though, are inured to run through fields like wild horses who only hear the wind.

Edward Donnelly

Edward Donnelly

Edward M. Donnelly is a high school English teacher in Stamford, Connecticut. He earned a bachelor and master's degree from Fordham University. Edward writes to make sense of the ever presence of madness in the world. He believes laughter is the elixir of a well lived life.
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