War Is The Death Of Us All

February 3, 2010
By wordsunspoken17 BRONZE, Morrisville, North Carolina
wordsunspoken17 BRONZE, Morrisville, North Carolina
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Writing is a form of personal freedom. It frees us from the mass identity we see in the making all around us. In the end, writers will not be outlaw heroes of some unculture but mainly to save themselves, to survive as indivudials.

Day after day passes
It's never the same without you
The waiting, the turning in my stomach
I keep your picture with me
Wherever I might go
I look to it when I think I feel like give up
And seeing the smile I miss
I can just hear you telling me
You can do it. You can do anything.
I look the other way
Trying to erase the pain I feel
Without you here
I feel the tears coming to my eyes
My throat gets all choked up
I try hard not to cry
I don't want to show my fear
Because I know youre risking your life
You fight for my life
And you fight for my future
You fight for the rights
You fight for my rights
I know you're doing well
Staning up for what you believe in
But please, please, please
Put down your guns
Drop everything
Come home again
So I can feel your arms around me
I miss you so much it hurts
And as I study your picture
I know the answer is no
You won't give up until you win
I'll sit here waiting by the phone
Always hoping for good news
I want the call
When they tell me you're coming home
I miss you
I miss you
I miss you

The author's comments:
Please Bring The Troops Home.

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