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Poem - A Broken World Crimson tide washing in and out All soldiers having to lookout

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Introduction

A Broken World Crimson tide washing in and out All soldiers having to lookout Adolescent children being forced to fight Drips of ruby teardrops falling out of their mum's eyes Blood sprinkles over my face Like a weather of thunder and rain Infantry fighting for their lives Babies dying from starvation Children losing their education Jimmy's getting an amputation ...read more.

Middle

Soldiers open their bedrolls to sleep On a hill very steep Families having to live in trenches Like cats trapped in cages We're all being treated like slaves As if we are all in jail Is it a pride to fight for your country? ...read more.

Conclusion

Our planet is dying so when, when, when? Will this be at end? Why can't this world be a peaceful place? Fighting! Fighting! Fighting! That's all I see I see Jimmy dying on the floor But I can't save him any more Very lately realizing what is in front of me, I look up, close my eyes And... ...read more.

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