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Normandy Landing creative piece

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Creative Writing Piece I wasn't going to die. I couldn't see anything; everything was fuzzy and weird. l couldn't hear anything; everything was just a soft shout in the silent wind. My man came and started screaming to me that the war was over, that the war over. All I heard was over. My man looked at me, my best mate looked at me, and my best man looked at me. The lieutenant latter quoted he smiled a lot and only said this one phrase all the time "I wasn't going to die". I could see the rough coast line. A trail of smoke was rising from the beach somewhere. An explosion had just gone off. 100s of box shaped tin cans were floating across the sea to meet the Germans in a bloody battle of life and death. I was sitting in one of them thinking about my wife and kids and how they would be, then suddenly BOOM! I got a fistful of red water in my face. I was drenched. ...read more.

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He also asked us to careful but looks like he didn't take his own advice as his head blew up into a thousand pieces. His dead body fell into my lap as I braced myself for the landing. This was life in war. We landed with a hard knock. I couldn't run out in time as my fellow comrades did. I used my commander's lifeless body as a shield. Just in time as a spray of bullets stuck into his body. I scrambled for some real cover. I was scared. I was terrified but I was not going to die. I heard screams of my comrades and others. I grabbed a grenade and as silently as I could, I tried to blow the bloody enemy up. I scaled the hill trying to reach the top. I climbed as my comrades got hacked down. I saw the enemy and he saw me. I stared into his eyes and he into mine. Now my real war had begun. This was life in war. BOOM! ...read more.

Conclusion

BANG BANG. I felt a severe pain run through my body as the final shots of the monstrous artillery slammed in the left side of my chest and the left side of my waist. I laughed. This was life in war. I fell to the ground with a THUD! I wasn't going to die. I couldn't see anything; everything was fuzzy and weird. l couldn't hear anything; everything was just a soft shout in the silent wind. My man came and started screaming to me that the war was over, that the war over. All I heard was over. My man looked at me, my best mate looked at me, and my best man looked at me. The lieutenant latter quoted he smiled a lot and only said this one phrase all the time "I wasn't going to die". Later, my best mates and old chaps with my wife and kid attended the ceremony of achievements and rewards. They all said what a great fun loving and awesome warrior I was. They all said I deserved to achieve this award for the top soldier and that they were proud of me. I lay there with a smile. I lay there with bright eyes. Content. Happy. At ease. Dead. ...read more.

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