My Life at War - My Life at War I wake up and go to my...

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My Life at War I wake up and go to my washroom, Every time I move there is this squeaky voice. I put on my battle suit and take my rifle, And went outside to fight. “Boom, Boom” bombs were being dropped everywhere This is my first time in war and it was like, two babies fighting for the same toy. I see enemies and allies everywhere, When they run they go thump, thump, thump Every time I am shooting other soldiers, And then finally bang I have been shot, it felt like a big needle go through your stomach, Blood was dripping all over the floor, My body was so dehydrated I could drink anything now Thump I drop my gun, Close my eyes and run to the light.
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Canadian Soldiers They are freedom fighters fighting for their country, They are diamonds nothing can break them away from their country, They are forts keeping the country safe, They are flames getting angry at whoever hurts their kind, They are soldiers living for their country, And they are men who have died with great honor.
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What is War? War is like a never ending horror movie,
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course MATH 125 taught by Professor Richardgreen during the Spring '10 term at Aberystwyth University.

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