A Common Goal - Poem by Dan Brown
The scores of people on every
side, cheer their team on.
The only event where both sides are
in, not only uniform,
Their shared desire to
To be physically, and tactically,
On the battlefield, the Generals lead their
with admirable conduct.
Their only weapons, the skills the have learnt.
Shots rifle from every angle, and
people are injured left, right, and centre.
Still the surrounding supporters
We’re trying to win and we’re
Fighting the clock.
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