Posted October 02, 2018 03:21:49This year, it is my year to celebrate literature with my collection of poems.
I’ve been writing poems since I was in my teens and have been drawing inspiration from my father and my grandfathers.
My poems are filled with the themes of war and struggle.
Some are a combination of poetry and story, others are more in the vein of a novel, but there are also some that explore themes of art and philosophy, religion and politics, and other worlds.
I was inspired by a piece of fiction called The War Machine that I read last year.
The book is set in the 1940s during World War II, and focuses on a young American soldier who is sent to a small Pacific island.
There, he must fight off waves of enemy soldiers and, in his quest to find his family, find the only woman he loves.
The poem is called “The War Machine.”
As a kid, I loved the story of the soldiers on the Pacific island who are fighting the Japanese, and the war itself is the story that keeps them alive.
The Japanese have captured most of the Pacific, but have held out a few islands, and some of the American soldiers have been killed in the battle.
In the middle of this war, the American military has been losing, and it’s not clear what they are going to do.
In my collection, I wanted to explore a theme that I’ve felt throughout my life: what happens to a soldier when he or she is sent overseas and the American troops don’t come back.
I have poems that are about soldiers going overseas to protect their people, and I have a collection of stories that show the hardships they have to go through to make that happen.
It’s a complicated story that I have to work through to find peace in my life, and for that I am grateful to have this collection of poetry.
The War Machines PoemThe War machines poem, which has been published by the University of Nebraska Press, is about a young man named Tommy who is assigned to the Pacific islands in World War 2.
He is tasked with protecting American troops in the island kingdom, and in doing so, he meets a woman named Margaret who is from a different land, and who has been a member of the British army since the time of Edward III.
Tommy is the only one from his tribe who has any kind of contact with the American forces.
The only other one who can speak to him is Margaret, and she has no idea of his connection to the Americans.
The American soldiers are not the only ones who are concerned with Tommy.
Margaret’s father has gone to prison for the same crime, and Margaret is worried about him.
Tommy wants to help her find her family and escape from the war, but Margaret is not going to give up hope.
She is not even sure how to deal with the possibility that Tommy might become a suicide bomber.
The war is so brutal, she has to put her entire life on hold to avoid losing her family.
The poem has been translated into a number of languages, and has been shown at a number more than a dozen festivals across the country.
I think it’s the first time in my collection that Ive ever had poetry that has been written from a male perspective.
I hope that it will be the one piece of literature that can be read in the context of a male viewpoint and that we can all be inspired to continue writing and live life with compassion and empathy and love.
The American War PoemA young woman from the United States of America named Anna was sent to the island of Nauru as a child.
She had to live with her mother, who was an Australian, for a few years.
I remember her so well, because she was so sensitive to her mother’s physical and emotional abuse.
She was so strong, and her tears were so full of life.
She wanted to be a nurse, but her mother would tell her she was too young.
She finally left Naurau after three years, and Anna stayed in Australia for five more years.
She has now become a great writer.
Anna had to fight in World Wars I and II.
She went through so much that I feel like she will never forget the pain she went through, and how she tried so hard to survive and to keep her family together.
She never saw her husband again, and was told that her daughter had been taken away by the Japanese.
I never met her mother.
I still can’t believe that she had to face the Japanese and not get out.
I also have this poem that has also been published as part of my collection.
It is a poem that is about the horrors of World War I, and about the atrocities that took place in the Pacific during the war.
It shows how these atrocities were inflicted upon these men and women in the name of the war effort, but in the end it is only