The Terrors Of D-Day

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: War and Military  |  House: Booksie Classic
I really enjoyed writing these poems. I dont want to offend anyone. I just want for you to enjoy them :) Any feed back is greatly appreciated! x

Submitted: July 15, 2010

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The five beaches all were clear
Waiting for the soldiers to appear
For miles and miles all you could see
Were the pillar boxes and buttresses that would help make debris
When finally they did reach shore
Frightened of what lay in store
The germans reached them with what they feared
Endangering the lives of those they deared
The shooting was horrendous
The bombing was horrific
The screaming and shouting was terrific
Abundant numbers of French were screaming
The Germans they too could be heard pleading
The same could be said for the English as well
For many in the head were not doing to well
For hours and hours while the battle went on
The light of the hatred truely shone
Many believed they soon would be dead
Waiting for what lay ahead
The bloody battle
The gruesome sights
The battle went on into the night
Although this battle lasted just one day
Both the French and the English wanted the Germans to pay
The blood and the guys could horrify any.
This day signified he end of the war
The war that had come to make many so poor
The war was over for all too see
This battle was held on the five beaches of Normandy


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