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APRIL STORM By Knarik O. Meneshian (In memory of the one and half million Armenians who perished during the Genocide of 1915, perpetrated by Turkish Government.) It was April, and like angry waves upon the sea, they came! They stormed the ancient shores of Hayastan. When it was done, they slapped the rocks, returning to the sea. Though the shores were leveled with each sweeping wave, footprints in the sand appeared.... -- Knarik O. Meneshian is a writer and teacher and resides in Glenview, IL, with her family. She was born in Austria--mother Austrian, and father Armenian from Meghree, Armenia. She has published works in both Armenian and American publications, has authored the book "Reflections," a collection of poems, and has translated Rev. D. Antreassian's book, "Musa Dagh, The Banishment of Zeitoun and Suedia's Revolt" from the Armenian into English.