The Soldier by Rupert Brooke | Poetry Magazine
It is very moving, passionate and thoughtful. I absolutely love your poem and your word usage. Report Reply. I think you've missed the point of the poem. Its that soldiers fight for eveyone's rights, whether they like them or what they are doing, and that people should never forget that. I'm pretty sure soldiers don't fight against being sent to war, because if so they're in the wrong jobs, you know the risks when you sign on the dotted line.
Reaserch, I live it love! But I do wish your father a safe return from the stan and am sorry to hear about your husbands close shave, I know what its like to loose people that way. All the best. They will of course fight to prevent getting arrested. Katie I like the poem and all but please, try to do a little more studying before you write another soldier poem! This poem is brilliant.
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