World War 2

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Summary

There are so many different perspectives to the war. This is my take on three of those perspectives based on my family history.

Genre:
Poetry
Author:
Mariel Fae
Status:
Complete
Chapters:
3
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
13+

Perspectives: Daughter

Daughter

I don’t understand.

Why did papa have to go away?

Mama cries at night.

She doesn’t think I can hear her,

but I can.

A letter from papa came today.

Mama was so happy,

it was the first letter in weeks.

Mama still cries at night,

wishing for papa.

IT came.

The dreaded letter that seals a man’s fate,

a man in a crisp, white uniform came with it.

My papa was MIA.

The man said it meant missing in action.

I don’t want papa to be MIA,

I want him home with me and mama.

The man came back,

mama said he was papa’s superior.

(I hate that word, was.)

He said that they found papa!

Papa came home today.

It came with a lot of happy tears.

He said that I grew so much.

I’m happy he’s home again.

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cho chimi: The poems are very personal, I can easily find a piece of myself in every page.

sab: I loved everything about this book. It made me cry while reading. The story was so deep, so sad, so emotional and left me speechless. That love is so rare and so precious and you describe it in the best way.

Denise Frazier: I love the first chapter. I am looking forward to reading more. The author had me on the edge of my seat. Ready to read more. Thank you.

Zelda: Read this all in one sitting, and I found them to be tragically beautiful.

Harley Bittinger: Definitely differnt and really good.. Keep up thee good work

A. Turner: Reading this really inspired me and made me want to become a better person! Your writing style is light as a feather and delicate as a daisy. I really love how you transform emotions and feelings into real people. Like in the poem "Fear" (which is so touching), you made fear yell and scream, you ...

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