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TITLE: WAR
By Amy Quick
11/12/05
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A poem written for a friend who endured Viet Nam, but also to all vets and families who have experienced battle or the losses it causes to all.
War causes sorrow, anger and pain.

It can overwhelm with its stress and strains.

From World War I to Viet Nam,

so many buried, too many gone.

The pain lingers on from daylight to dusk.

It never fails to leave its ever-present mark.

Wounds to the body and scars to the mind,

war has left many memories behind.

Iíve seen what it has done to you,

and now war has touched me, too.

May the world remember

what it has cost us to be free.


Written by Amy L. Quick ©
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