Remembering my brother, my twin, a soldier…

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when days are lonely
appearance floats  
noted figure flares
fixed eyes meant for me
slashing like a sword

weeping eyes flaming
trembling hands wiping
speaking lips shivering
heart is pounding
bitter, distressing, broken 

invading, blue days coming
strong military men romping
advancing brave soldiers
sharp and conscious state 
weapons in hand, ran, striking

while i sit on his tomb
remembering a fallen soul
a year passed made me a lone
grieving, remembering a lost one
my brother,my twin, a soldier, gone...

cold lives done not in  haste      
courage in fervor hasn't been a waste
aiming a win by scoring a wise slay
not a loss, the cost of dear lives
heroes fought a war for peace to survive ....

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Bacardi Gold

It's nice to be back writing again in I guess my time will provide me space to breath a little and write a little. This unique moment is pressing me to squeeze whatever little thoughts I have in my brain and share them with you. Friends of all colors and beliefs, please support me for this endeavor as we spread friendship and understanding worldwide.

15 thoughts on “Remembering my brother, my twin, a soldier…”

    1. I’m sorry for the loss. Vietnam war was years back when South Vietnamese people were called Vietcongs. I read lots of news during that time in magazines and books, until it was overtaken by the North Vietnamese. It’s not really my story but my friends’. He was his father’s twin in the army. I was my friend’s repository of sadness, heartaches, and grief. That’s why I knew his story. I’ll find time to talk to him in the future. Thank you for leaving his website’s address. Thanks a lot, GP, my friend on-line. Be safe !

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  1. this is so painful and sad🥺 being a twin, i can’t even imagine the pain of losing my twin 😦 i’m so sorry for your loss🤍

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    1. if our life is destined to be that long, acceptance is a better option rather than regretting for reasons for the rest of our life. let it be. his life is for the country…..thank you very much for the read.,everythingtips !

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