power and conflict poems 

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      • Guilt: the speaker in this poem is haunted by the guilt of taking another man’s life. He is upset by the fact that the man might have been innocent.
        • probably armed, possibly not’
      • Conflict: the speaker is acting under orders and is engaged in combat in another country.
        • dug in behind enemy lines,/ not left for dead in some distant, sun-stunned, sand-smothered land’
      • Life and death: the looter is killed by rounds of bullets that the group of soldiers send into him.
        • I see every round as it rips through his life/ I see broad daylight on the other side’
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