In a battle, seconds seem like hours. Actions and reactions occur a
thousand times a minute. Every move a soldier makes may be his
last, if he isn't thinking. Every time he aims his weapon at the
enemy, he may be violating an entire value system established in
his personality very early in life. Every time a soldier kills, his
moral fiber is changed. The quote "It was either him or you," is
constantly thrown at the soldier as some sort of consolation or
rationalization for the taking of another human being's life.
The poems offered in this book don't try to find answers, nor
do they ask any of those questions we, as a society, are never able
to answer. The poems in this book are offered as one person's
observation/opinion of a war, expressed in song form.
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