I visit cemeteries a lot; you might think that after all this time, they’d start to look the same or run together. Sometimes I think that’s about to happen, but then I see something like this, a metal marker in the shape of a guitar. And a sad story, too, since the young man who dreamed of a career as a professional actor as a professional actor passed away when he was only 20 years old.
Two other things – there was a cluster of tiny guitars in the hard ground behind the marker, and wasps were living inside the metal guitar.
Red Mud Cemetery
near Spur, Texas
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