The men and women Who fight for a freedom Don’t have armour Or steel hearts Preventing flying bullets From tearing them apart Military women and men Fighting for your freedom Filled with turmoil and emotion For comrades who have fallen For non combatants dying Wearing their uniform with pride Remembering those who’ve died In the…Read more »


The greatest will of man Is that for him to survive It is the driving force Throughout our to brief lives We learn from the very start To protect ourselves from harm As we travel along life’s path We learn to choose those Who we consider friends And choose to protect them We’ll stand up…Read more »

Combat Loneliness

Combat Loneliness The title of this is intentionally ambiguous being written by an ex-military man who comes from a family with a long history of military service that goes back to great grandfathers and grandfathers who served in WW1 to fathers and uncles who served in WW2. Loneliness is a strange phenomenon and never more…Read more »