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Dreamers Dreamers is a WWI poem that is about the soldiers rather than the war itself the message of the poem is that soldiers although viewed as hated killers that kill innocent victims the poem expresses the fact that the soldiers are just like the normal person the poem also consists of many thoughts and doesnt single out one side or another this shows that is was probably written by a observer of the war or someone that was directly involved in the war itself The first two lines of the poem sign is a great display of what people make soldiers out the be and what a normal citizen pictures them as Citizens of Deaths gray land a typical view of a solider that is fighting in a war is a bringer of death and some one who does not think twice about killing someone but it is quickly countered buy telling the reader that although they are deaths soldiers they are not free from deaths fatal grasp them selves and gain nothing from the fighting The second two lines are a dramatic turn stating that as soldiers the stand starring destiny in the face to face but is again turned as the thought of the solider is that he isnt think ing about death but is thinking about feuds jealousies and sorrows not exactly like a normal person but shows that they are like normal people in the sense that they care about what they have done The Third two lines are like the first talking about what a soldiers is supposed to do followed but a dramatic line that shows that they as people are not invisible the first line states the soldiers are supposed to win giving them a heavy burden that rest dead on there shoulders but is yet again turned around by the fact the writer lets us know that some come out in body
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