Writings on Life, War, and Exploration

Posts tagged ‘War Poems’

Cachonne

The destiny of skies and objective ties, My wrist have grown weaker by all means, Pushing the weight of artificial suffering, To horizons that fade with…

Lunch 

I saw you, In the little things: The way I cross my Ts, My hand still shakes, As it dances with anxiety and memory, You’d say…

Boots Approved 

Boots approved, Like a scab once removed; A tank dances on pavement,  Click-clink Click-clink, A pirouette of massive grace, Click-clack Click-clack, Metal and asphalt, Commune in…

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…