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Brothers At Arms: The Soldiers Creed

Updated on May 16, 2017

He stands among Men of strength

Defensive to the bitter end

Upon his face never a smile does he express

As in a trance he paces times ten

His eyes not leaving what be his intent

For those who watch and do not know

A gentler soul hath God not created

When upon him doth bestow the gentlest of smiles

And outstretched hands to calm the savage beast within

All humor for which he is known

Escapeth at the sight of those whom now garners her attention

Like a mighty warrior garbed in full dress

He will smite the enemy

That dares to upset the little darling

He vowed to protect from time her wails upon his ear fell

He hath known no peace of that he up-roaringly confesses

He will and always will be a Brother at Arms

His Sister now full grown

Yet in his eyes

He beholds the little hellion whose tears he once dried

The piggy back rides and her squeals of laughter

As he swung her 'round

He glares at suitors now near and crosses arms as big as tree limbs

This Woman Child he swears has caused him nothing but grief

And still he loves her dear and with his life, he would protect

"Brothers At Arms" A play on Military jargon with a slight change for all the hugs and kisses on the cheek she lavished upon the Brother's who spoiled her with love and attention. My Children were taught to look out for each other from an early age. My Son's watched out for their Sister who is the youngest without much prompting. It was just their way. My Daughter does the same for her Brother's, they were taught to look out for each other at an early age.

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