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Rated: E · Poetry · War · #2203322
A Letter from a soldier for his unborn daughter
The soldiers wake up at the early dawn
Crawling the mountain with a yawn
Their eyelids feel like they weigh a ton
But still they keep going one by one

A wounded soldier lying on the ground
Where only heard the cannons sound
Where a helicopter circling overhead
To take him away to the hospital ground

But the pilot can’t find a place to land
Because of the hidden mines under the sand
A soldier kneeled down to search for a letter
Which the soldier wrote for his unborn daughter.
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