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My Soldiers

I’ve heard of Iraq and the many tragedies of Afghanistan,
People shot and gone making history where they stand.
Still the soldiers are the ones closest to me,
The ones that work real hard to fight their destiny.
It’s crazy because the Navy is something you sign up for,
Where on the other hand my soldiers live life as an everyday war.
Oh and it has nothing to do with attitude or the way one behaves,
Its just they was born with a shovel to dig their own graves.
So every day’s the same
And every day they fight to make sure it doesn’t come true,
But all they get is judgment pushed on them by you
They don’t get a silver star for their commander or chief
They receive no acknowledgement for their thick skin with the bullets underneath
Show me “Army Strong” and I’ll show you the scars of a true soldier
Show me the courageous “Marine” and I’ll show you someone bolder
So your soldiers may die for what soon will be history,
But mine lay down in vain making only a memory.

By: Breanna Givens
breanna givens

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Snow & Red

The French soldier put the gun behind his head. What a miss…
While the German soldier was sitting on his knee in the snows
French soldier said: now you will pay for killing my wife
She was my everything and my life….
The blood wrapped….
German felled
French soldier opened the fist of German…
Then he saw a picture….behind it was written: I love you my sis…..
Yeah, the picture of his wife……
Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

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Say No to war..

He was just seventeen and four months,
The son of the humble peasant,
Recruited to be the cook in the barracks, but,
Given two grenades to destroy two machine guns,
Strong enemies with imported weapons,
His country fighting for freedom,
Instructed to throw at them,
He crawled to their destination,
The noise from the machine guns,
Deafened the ears of the soldiers,
Then there was silence for a second,
The young man threw one at the first post,
‘allah' the call could be heard,
Mother land soldiers hiding and watching,
The action of the young cook turned a soldier,
Then he threw the second grenade to the second post,
The enemies were annihilated, so was the brave man,
Broken forehead spilled out his brain,
The stream suddenly changed into red saline,
The soldiers ran to rescue the body,
To confer the highest order,
of military honor.

Say No to war.
veeraiyah subbulakshmi

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America vs Germany vs India(A funny story)

In a ship the Generals of three nations were traveling with their soldiers. They started the topic that whose soldier had more of guts.
The American general called for one of his men and told him to jump down the ship and take a round swimming around the moving ship. The soldier did as he was commanded and the general boasted of by saying 'See the guts! '
Now the German general called out for one of his men and asked him to take two similar rounds. The soldier did as he was told.
When he came back from the water the German said, 'See the guts.'
Now the Indian General called out for his most courageous man, Santa and asked him to take five similar rounds.
Santa promptly replied, 'Am I your dad`s servant? '
At this the general proudly said 'See the guts'.
Edwin Drood

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