As we lay

As we lay

A Poem by Harlequinn Diamond

A poem dedicated to Remembrance Day. (The nearest sunday to the 11th)


And as we lay dying,

From a world filled with sin,

The day breaks into sunlight,

Another war begins


And as we lay weeping,

The pain is immense,

Next time we’ll be mentioned,

They’ll use the past tense


And as we lay bleeding,

Upon floors of brown,

The sky’s soaked dark crimson,

As the soldiers fall down


And as we lay singing,

Any last hope of life,

Is sent home in letter,

To a was hopeful wife


And as we lay rotting,

Round poppies of red,

Remember, we are the fighters,

And we are the dead.

© 2008 Harlequinn Diamond

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Added on July 18, 2008


Harlequinn Diamond
Harlequinn Diamond

Sheffield, United Kingdom

Dear lord...i havent been on here for a while! haha evidence being...i was still 14:] lol Im now HAPPILY 15, possibly a full blown teenager officially...up with her hormones, down with school... AND O.. more..