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Supernatural Gen Fiction: We Were Soldiers Once

Title: We Were Soldiers Once
Author: HalfshellVenus
Category: Sam and Dean (Gen)
Rating: PG
Summary: Though this be courage, it is not casual…
Author’s Notes: This title is taken from a book on Vietnam. These words have been waiting to form a story for some time now. Written for Debbie (particlesofgale)— something poetic for her birthday. Also written for the kazy25 challenge on “Weapons.”

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We were soldiers once, and young.Collapse )



Tags: birthday, kaz2y5, my_fic, poem, sn_gen
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