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Patty Hudspeth


Patty Hudspeth
She observed her Father over twenty years
with pain in his heart and eyes full of tears.
The events he saw in World War Two
haunted him until his last day was through.
He would drink heavily to numb the pain
but when he sobered up the pain still remained.
She would take him to th VA hospital for medical care
as he'd sometimes sit for hours with a blank stare.
So few understand or realize the pain
when PTSD takes root in your brain
Patty Hudspeth is who I'm writing about
and she's committed to Soldiers and Veterans with out any doubt.
She's trying her best to be their voice
and support the lost which should be everyone's choice...
Stanley Victor Paskavich/stantasylandcom

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