“Ten-Second Sermon” by Jack Hulse

Ten-Second Sermon

by Jack Hulse

There seems to be a tension in people’s talk these days. Their speech is nervous, impatient. All of this, of course, is the reflection of fear–fear of their war-baby that killed so many Japanese so quickly. Maybe people are beginning to realize that you can’t be relaxed and charming while balancing yourself on a tightrope with madmen trying to cut the wire.

“Ten-Second Sermon,” by Jack Hulse originally published in Forum (1949, City College of San Francisco).

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