Asha Adeana

Rookie (Nov.30th 1989)

A Lonely Abousive Solider

a solider of only one
for he'll always stand alone
ducking and hiding
from the truth alone
but yet he still dies
by just a lonely single rose
the white rose of death
his left in the dark
an unbounded fading memory
now only i'm set free
i can truly now dream
of the one my heart truly desires
the only one for me
the not of the red, white, and army blue
him to risk his own life
for nothing but pain and suffering
and leaving all behind
not to think once about it
for what's left to think
your so called 'angel'
left to die in your heart
or for your country
you've served so greatly
and now a whole is duged
the body so white and pale
white roses beside his heart
not an angel in sight
for i've been set free
from a death of an abusive solider
the dictator of my life
and my heart is free
for my only one for me
my heart truly desires
just plain true unconditional love
not a solider of only one
and only just him

Submitted: Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Edited: Friday, March 11, 2011
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