Daniel Bielke


WHY WE FIGHT


We all fight for one thing
we don't fight for our country
we don't fight for family back home

We fight for our brother's
We fight for the guy's that are to our left and right
that is why we american soldier's fight

For we are a band of brothers
our bonds are greater than any others
our bonds are bonds forged threw war

Our bonds mean a lot to us
we would fight for our brothers
we would die for our brothers

We would save our brothers
we would do anything to keep our brothers safe
we care greatly for our brothers in arms

For our bonds are bonds forged by war
Cause we fight for one thing
For our brothers in arms

Submitted: Tuesday, May 08, 2012

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This is my first poem I have posted on here, its just a lil something i want to do in my free time here in afghanistan please leave comments thank you

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