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Hillary Hill

Rookie (September 16 1992 / Six Nations)

Rememberance Day


Gun shots,
you can hear them all the time
scared, frieghtend, terrified
not knowing when or if your going to die,
not knowing if you will live to see tomorrow
as you walk
you see people lying there
but they are not alive
as you see poeple being killed,
tears are running down your face
constantly
Everywhere you go,
sorrow
everyone you look at
you see gloom
you see people in agony
you see ur friend lying there
he see you
you run over to him
you are heart broken
you pick him up and you run
but
he didnt make it
therefor for me
rememberance day
is EVERY day

Submitted: Saturday, November 14, 2009
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