The Spirit of my Great Grandfather’s Ship

I own true Patriot blood.

Rosamond Press

In 1970 I stood on my grandfather’s ship, the U.S.S Constitution, watching a sailor in uniform polish brass fittings.

“I can do this!” I tought. “If I joined the Navy as a conscientious Objector, if they allowed me to serve on Sir Issac Hull’s ship that is still in commission”

Mind you, this is the King of the Hippies who refused to be drafted by the Brotherhood of Eternal Love and lead a Hippie Army against the military industrial complex – from the hippie reservation!

My daughter, Heather Hanson, admonished me two months ago for not serving in the Armed Forces. I suspect this was coming from her new boyfriend, Bill Cornwell, and his father who gagned up on my daughter.

“Did Bill serve?” I asked.
“No! But he wanted to!?

Issac also captained the U.S.S. Enterprise in America’s war with Islamic fanatics who took British and American sailor and…

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About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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