By finding its outlines I thought I could cordon off the demon that shakes and stirs within

With my sword held high I marched the division across the line, into Russell’s cannons. An unexploded ordnance hit our flagbearer Rutherford in the chest, putting a large hole into him. I could see his bared heart pumping. And all I could think about was the wisdom I had gained. “There’s no greater truth!” I shouted, goading my men on.

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