Tuesday, November 06, 2012

News at Eleven: It then tells the story of a soldier

seriously injured by an improvised explosive device who is airlifted to hospital.

One section also deals with the agony of a family who lost a soldier only two days before he was scheduled to return home.

"The adult chorus represents mothers and fathers saying, 'If I could give you two more days. Only two more days. What's one more day to me off my life?'"

from National Post: Requiem for a Generation: Poet wrote an ode for people affected by Afghanistan war


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