Once there was a man,
Nothing he knew about battle plan.
Yet he was on war front
With exemplary courage to confront.
Asking ‘Will I see family again In this lifespan.
Once there was a woman
Torn spirit, heart warm as woolen.
Normal life as a distant dream,
All night people scream.
Rubble cities and fields barren.
Once there happened this war,
Between nations for power.
Buildings into particles billions.
Damaging hearts scorching scar.