anthony spencer


My Warier The Poem Revised Version - Poem by anthony spencer

My warier the poem the revised version


I think the hardest time in my life is when the war of life and death started CRASH BOOM BING! FIRE! BOOOOOM! MEDIC! HELP ME. HELP! But one warrior, that almost killed them all, stayed alive until the war ended. As his life was ending he said with a death like whisper ‘'I made my bed. Now I have to lay in it''
As his spirit was floating to the gates of heaven, he said "My body is dead, but as you see my sprit is not.. Farewell! Remember me, remember me, remember me." He said softly in a sad voice. "I will see you when the Children of God come and rise up with Him." Said the warrior. As I write this poem I feel the warrior patting me on the back saying "I will see you soon".
Dedicated to Steve Sanders (the warrior)

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012



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