Breaking Through the Clouds

April 21, 2009
By Cassie PLATINUM, Delisle, Other
Cassie PLATINUM, Delisle, Other
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Since the beginning
The larks have been singing
The slouds are bright red
I think I might be dead
To be home today
Tod say the words I need to say
To be near the ocean
To hear one last spokes man
To see the sun
Once the war is done
To never snuggle up with me hun
To be so far from my son
To watch your step
Never to see the sun set
I with to see my wife
I want to have my life
To say the war is done
To lay down in the sun.


The author's comments:
I did this poem for Rememberance day.

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