POLITICAL Short Story of the Day: THE DAY MY FATHER DISCOVERED HE WAS DEAD, by Sean Patrick O’Mordha

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Title: THE DAY MY FATHER DISCOVERED HE WAS DEAD 

Written by: Sean Patrick O’Mordha

Genre: Drama, War

Type: Short Story

Logline: “The Day My Father Discovered He Was Dead” is a post war drama short story of a father who vaguely remembers participating in the Vietnam War, but little about what he did until taking his family to the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C. and discovering his name among those killed in battle.

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