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A thing that can ignite
Can go, itself, without a fan
Upon the slowest night.
You cannot fold a flood
And put it in a drawer,
Because the winds would find it out,
And tell your cedar floor.
In any case, Zach Smith contends that what happened between himself and his wife was "a private matter" that should have stayed "behind closed doors."
But it didn't. And it's ponder-worthy that the violence inflicted behind close doors in private moments between a man and his wife has had so many far-reaching reverberations, like the outward ripples from a stone suddenly hitting still waters.
It was because of what happened in private moments that Zach Smith lost his marriage and a job that paid him, at 33 years old, $340,000 a year and accorded him great honor, status and prestige in the world of college sports. He lost the means to support his children, who will soon be old enough to understand what their father did.
Urban Meyer has been suspended with pay from his job and will likely lose that $7.9 million-a-year job along with his good name.
And the football-loving populace of Columbus Ohio who refer to themselves as Buckeye Nation are bewildered and heart-broken over the of downfall of their beloved Coach Meyer.
All over what a naive, heavy-handed young man thought was a private matter.