The Martyr For Wars

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Commercial Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
Let it be, the souls that flow and go by the hands of man on the fields of battle, no matter the surface, be remembered, and seen as the martyrs for wars to come...

Submitted: May 25, 2014

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The Martyr For Wars - Written By CVcLc

  The malevolent and angered waves of Poseidon slam upon the wooden and wounded bodies of twenty-dozen battle built vessels of the sea!
  Old captains stood at the steering decks of their ships, well or weak in will, waiting to meet a storm, waiting to meet what laid beyond the veil of the brittle mists…
  The voice of the sea lingered at the back of every sailor’s ears, and the creeping nails of Hades scrape down the necks of every young solider boy that stood firm within the bellies of those weltered war ships.
  “Be in horror, for war at sea is the worst of ways to battle, and death by the ocean is the most bitter of ways to suffer the wrath of a God!” a warrior of dirt combat shouted from above into the openings of the ship’s floor, gazing upon the distant foe that sailed forward through the storm and towards the fleet.
  A thousand miles from home they confronted the wrathful enemy on the wet face of the earth – A thousand miles from home they looked towards the evils of man, held tight by iron chains and iron blades…
  “From the dawn of time to the end of days, let the blood of our bodies be martyrs to the sea, martyrs to the earth, and martyrs to mans’ insatiable thirst for war…” a sailor shouted with all his might into the angered air, bracing his chest with the cool brushes of the forceful winds and waving his arms wide to the decorum of battle fields to be and to come, whether they’d be on land or upon the dreaded sea.
  Souls they flow and go, but memories never die, and legends never erode…

 

 


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