They were all in their twenties,
When they kissed the death rope
Never did their mind flutter,
As freedom was their only hope.
They smiled as the noose fell,
And held their heads high.
Their mother's pride was at stake,
Scaling heights, she did dread,
But enjoyed the adrenaline rush.
She donned the beautiful blue
And stepped on to the steel bird.
She flew the beast like a simple toy,
And her fears, oh! They just transferred
To the wrathing...
A stern face, confident eyes,
A poised gait and mature look.
Expressions were a miss,
Making her look like ice.
She was alone at home,
Her family unknown.
She was blamed by some,
For living alone at home.
Does she possess a...
Standing tall and strong,
Leading from the frontiers
Enduring the extreme weathers,
Endangering your own life,
Protecting the motherland by not
Letting the footprints of enemies
Enter the country's doorstep,
Singing the tunes of patriotism
Sighing to meet your own family.
With ambitions soaring high,
Like the birds that fly,
They stepped into the blue,
With attires matching the hue,
All ready to fly,
Fly the steel birds high,
Flying for the nation with pride,
They set all differences aside.
Photo by Jon...