A supernatural romance novel by Frank Karkota

The hill was a place where Lisa and Robert could look into the past and wonder about the people who lived long before them.

 

Near the top of the hill, a man carved his name into the stone.  Nearly a hundred years later, it was still readable.  Lisa and Robert speculated about the man and wondered of his accomplishments.

May 20, 1927

Edward A. Payne

Born June 2, 1910

Class of 27

The stone did not photograph well.  This is what was marked on the stone.
A piece of granite was being cut on the day that the quarry closed.  Lisa and Robert wondered about the man making the cut and how he supported the family after the quarry closed.

 

Both Lisa and Robert, wondered how the future would see them.  Would they leave something behind that would be seen by a future generation, or would their names and lives be forgotten?

 

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