Feeling Of War - Poem by Rage'n Curtis
We march in thousands
our footsteps pound.
The innocents flee
from the thought of the sound.
Thoughts rushing through
each soldier's mind.
Standing in their long
Each person wondering
how time is so fast.
It dosent stop for any man,
killing memories from the past.
They draw their swords and shields,
staring nervously at their foes.
Each army baring armor
they use in place of clothes.
Suddenly silence scapes the land
as the warriors prepare to kill.
Just at the moment not a sound is
heard, everything is perfectly still.
But right in the instant the two armies
charge, where they will soon colide.
Like the ocean crashing into a shore,
a strong moving water tide.
All blood runs dry and all
are dead when the battle comes to end.
I wish we could all just stop the wars
and find a way to mend.
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