Children of Wa1 - begging for salvation, from the...

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Children of War By Judy Arline Puckett They don't know what we are fighting for. They are all under God's star, Who ever they are. Every tomorrow they are afraid to dream. They live in sorrow and pain. They all have walked in the rain. They live on time they borrow, as they walk through the flame. Wherever they are, They are all under God's star, The children of war. They don't know who to blame. Their enemy is without a face or name. Fighting starvation.
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Unformatted text preview: begging for salvation, from the destruction that is raging. They are all under God's star, The children of war. This poem makes me sad thinking that Im having fun, playing, and eating, when there are kids that are starving and scared to death. This poem makes you realize just how much better off you are. Even though you think you are being tortured or you are starving, compared to them you are in heaven....
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