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vaggabondd
Member Since Nov 21, 2005
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Blood on my hands
Sleepless nights
Haunt my mind
Wake up screaming
The things Iíve done
Canít remember how I got here
Canít figure out how to leave
Killing people
Whoíve done nothing to me
War is so romantic
When youíre living at home
Its a different world
When you pull the trigger
A young man falls dead
Never knowing what hit him
I donít know what is worse
To kill or to live
When the faces of the dead
Are etched in your mind
When you see a mother crying
You realize
It doesnít matter what side you are on
Thereís no honor in death
Thereís just death

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May 9, 2006 3:40:16 am
Thank God I have never been in war and I really can't speak for anyone who has. I just remember when I was a young man how much I thought it would be cool to be in war and kill people. Now that I am getting old I realize theres no honor in death but there is honor in life.

by vaggabondd Homepage »

May 9, 2006 12:26:10 pm
I've lived through the tail end of a war. It's been over 30 years and most of the horrors I've seen have faded. But I realize that due in part to the passage of time and too much media exposure I've become desensitize to the current "war" going on in the world. Is it just me?

by NothingNess Homepage »

May 10, 2006 6:49:50 am
Excellent written work! (I am of the Vietnam War era. I heard an announcement on the school homeroom p.a. saying my next door neighbor/friend who was two years older, had died in Vietnam. Many of my age friends came back from that war sounding exactly like your piece above. Or, much worse. One committed suicide). Keep writing. My best, T.P.

by TallPockets Homepage »

May 10, 2006 9:01:58 am
Wow this really makes you wonder what goes on in soldiers minds....
What a heartfelt piece

by angel_of_darkness Homepage »

Jul 14, 2006 6:45:00 am
There's no honour in killing someone either - whether that person was a terrorist or a law abiding citizen... Making war might be tough on the ones making war, but it's worse for the loved ones left behind... Well done on a masterpiece.

by Zeldie Homepage »

Oct 4, 2009 9:15:32 pm
Ah Randy, this is very well spoken! Thankfully, I have also never had close contact with war. This is beautifully written.

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