Dianne jennifer Stephens

Rookie (30.9.1961 / Australia)

Wars Pain - Poem by Dianne jennifer Stephens

Clouds of thunder, smoke all around
Too many soldiers,
Lay dead on the ground

War of peace, so they say
Too many people they don't agree
For human rights, thats why we fight
Men and women will have equal rights

Iraqis, Americans, Aussies and brits
Uniforms worn with great pride
Fathers, brothers, uncles and sons
Do they wish they never come
buddies and mates with pain on there face

Black skies turn to blue
There's peace through the land
Soldiers return to there home land
Let us never forget, soldiers that lay Rest

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 7, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 20, 2006

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