Fear: an AoT Poem

March 25, 2016
By sakemori GOLD, Henderson, Nevada
sakemori GOLD, Henderson, Nevada
10 articles 1 photo 7 comments

Favorite Quote:
"You'll never know why that person is the way they are until you walk in their shoes."


When the Scouts
Ride out beyond the wall
There is always the possibility they'll leave precious loved one behind

Loved ones who:
Wave them off with a smile
Cheer them on loudly
And feel pride when they ride off with an underlining fear that they'll never return

They pray for
Those brave men and women
Who travel outside the walls hoping that they'll come back

Brave soldiers who:
Shake with fear at facing the enemy
Pray to an unresponsive God to survive another expedition
And scream in the giant hands of that which they hunt

Fear grips those
Both inside and outside the walls
Because they know that not everyone makes it back in one pieceĀ 


The author's comments:

I've been on an Attack on Titan poem spree lately, so here is one of them!


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