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My own diary extracts my darling I cant take this anymore I only know my little life and I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you A diamond reveals its full worth when shining in the darkness Inflaming sweet happiness I only want to hear poetry as the sun sets but all I hear are bloodcurdling cries of the innocent Vietnam locals When we meet again promise I will be loving and faithful Our laughter will ring out in every direction I only want to watch the autumn sun set your heart beating next to mine Our renewed life will arrive on the morning wind once the clouds pass by I cannot wait any longer for the time to come when our kindred souls once unite again at first thought moving through the thickest patches of jungle didnt seem to make much sense because that also meant making noise that could alert the enemy to our presence but there was less chance of running into booby traps Often there wasnt any choice as the jungle was extremely dense and thick everywhere in this very remote area Due to such limited visibility contacts with the enemy could be very close sometimes within a few meters The straps of my heavy pack were cutting into my shoulders and pulling them backwards making my back hurt My nerves were on edge waiting for explosions or shooting to start at any moment everyone is still jumpy from all the enemy activity but at least it has been quiet so far this morning Steve is going out on patrol to look for the enemy and our next night location We finally get a chance to rest and clean weapons or what ever else needs attention The odds of getting out of here alive dont seem very good right now Enemy contacts are happening almost everyday Decided when I write letters to Linda to not
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