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A sad look through weary eyes, the mind is gone from too many tries, the body is limp, his legs feel like stone, a feeling which to him is well known. he gave it his best, and always took charge, but too long has he been on this death march. It soon will be over, it is almost done, but he can\'t lift his rifle, which feels like a ton. His saber is rusty and dull, and there is a sharp pain just inside his skull. His enemies are coming from left and right, but long has he lost his will to fight.
Kletti Kletti 70+ 7 Answers Dec 6, 2013 in Poetry

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You lose the reader with disrespect when you are too sloppy to spell.

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Where is a spelling mistake?

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If you are arrogant enough to publish you must be disciplined enough to proofread.

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They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:

Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.

At the going down of the sun and in the morning,

We will remember them.

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Only the dead have seen the end of war. ~ Plato

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Nice.

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Thumbs up. Respect all veterans

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Although I respect veterans, this one wasn't written for them, but for me.

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Well good work

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About average... For a guy whose native tongue isn't english, I suppose...

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I can imagine how he feels ...

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