Writings on Life, War, and Exploration

Posts from the ‘War Poems’ category

UndoneĀ 

How many men did he see, Come beaten down after a tussle with insanity, Who took refuge from love coming undone, And the unwebbing of tightly…

You and Me

A world taken by iron and eagles, With boys as young as 12, Could I have stomached the grit of sand and blood at Normandy? Or…

Streets

Anxiety starts to build into a roar. Sweat glistens restless palms. “What the hell am I doing?” Escapes from the lips of a reserved man. Delusions…

Vestiges

Vestiges Through jeep trails, And mountain ranges, Littered with the ore of miner’s ambitions, I seek a place: A piece of Earth not scorched by the…