Another typical Saturday morning

Another typical Saturday morning

A Poem by Steven Ingels

Our barracks were empty we gathered our gear and we headed north. 
Guns loaded explosives ready to blow and our cantines were full of pure alcohol. 
We havent seen any woman to satisfy our pleasures but soon we will. 
Crawling in the grass enemy in our sights waiting for the signal. 
Hearts beat fast waiting to kill. 
"Now" our captain yelled. 
We rose up out of the grass with the enemy surprised. 
Pop, pop, pop guns unloaded . 
Bullets sprayed the air dropping the enemy like flys. 
We did our duty to protect and serve
Always faithful

© 2013 Steven Ingels

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Added on July 11, 2013
Last Updated on August 21, 2013


Steven Ingels
Steven Ingels

Little Rock, AR

Let's see my name Is Steven Ingels. Writing is a time for me to let my creativity wander I'm 21 years old white male more..