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Remnants

Updated on November 14, 2011

Skies set ablaze, with cries from the men

The battle has started, and never will end!

We fight as we cry, for it is our brothers that die

Muddy, wet and tired, waiting for that letter desired

From mom or dad from sister or brother, happiness is brought with that thin piece of paper

Written are words of encouragement or loss and despair, from their new wives with good news to share.

Taken by a friend. Edited by me. ©Sarah Haworth. ©July 2011
Taken by a friend. Edited by me. ©Sarah Haworth. ©July 2011

None the less, they fought and they died, for the peace of the countries, for the good and the bad.

The reason we respect them cannot be put in few words, but to question the respect they deserve is to question your very existence.

Look around; be thankful, they all died for you.

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      Sarah H 5 years ago from Canada

      The original Eman - thank you (:

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      The original Eman 5 years ago from london

      This is wonderful. It really hits home and im thankful for every single solider who are still fighting of have died. as you said 'to question the respect they deserve is to question your very existence.'