The titanic war caused horror,
by Dillip K Swain
The enemy melted in fear,
The young soldier after victory,
Packed his baggage in hurry.
His mother muttered in death bed,
The triumph siren she overheard,
She couldn't see the brave soldier again,
She closed her eyes in mortal pain.
The soldier arrived a bit later,
Couldn't give her a drop of water,
She had left a letter for her son,
Only desired her son to open.
The soldier opened the letter in tear,
A patriotic verse was drafted clear.