War Baby Analysis

By: Max Millhollan

War Baby-Pamela Holmes

He has not even seen you, he
Who gave you your mortality;
And you, so small, how can you guess
His courage or his loveliness?

Yet in my quiet mind I pray
He passed you on the darkling way -
His death, your birth, so much the same -
And holding you, breathed once your name.


I think this poem will be about the impact of war on a child.


The author is talking about a kid who lost his father in a war.
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Title Revised

This title is about a child who was caught up into a war


That even in tough times you can stay innocent.
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