Vengeance of war

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: War and Military  |  House: Booksie Classic
This poem is about a guy who went to war and lost all his friends with the scene planted in his head.

Submitted: July 19, 2011

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Submitted: July 19, 2011



Dawn is coming,

But things just started,

For fears are running,

And happiness long ended.


I got all ready

And marched to war.

From Germany to Italy,

For we will soar.


Here comes the enemy,

From a distant land.

Who hungers for money,

Like the usual men.


Off went the first mine,

And so did the first shot.

As this land is mine,

Though we got shot.


Bullets piercing,

Shouts with agony,

Blood was splattering,

In this deathly reality.


When war is over,

Armies were slaughtered,

As helicopters hover,

Over the blood pool filled.


All my dearest friends,

Were being burned to death,

By those demon fiends,

Who shall suffer my wrath.


I personally did an air raid,

On their precious hometown,

And all civilians were made,

The first to fall down.


This war will never end,

And vengeance will remain,

For the hell’s buried in sand,

But our memories had been stain.

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