Inside the Battle

The year was 1914, Sophia's father was selected to fight into war. Hardship... Struggling to fight her own battle... Will her father return back in time to celebrate family occasions ? Or will she be left alone to fight her personal battles alone ?
Sophia begins writing letters to her father as it is the only contact she was with him. Dealing with the the fact of her Father not with her, she slowly begins to realize the hardship unfolding within her life.
An insight view of father and daughter relationship affected by battle.
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6. Wonderful news... Hoping your Ok: Daughter's Letter

14th of December 1917

Dear Father,

We all here miss you dearly. To hear your story, the events in the trenches, are just horrific. I had never thought this would be the outcome; you gone for a year and hating yourself for what you have done. Father, you are not to be blamed, as you are protecting it and everyone in it, including us. What you have done for us is just remarkable, I couldn’t have asked for a better father. I know what the war has done to you, and your beliefs in life, beginning to receded, but remember where there is darkness , light will always follow, day by day, you can do it. I believe in you.

Think about your granddaughter, little Miss Genevieve Ava Johnson. She reminds me a lot of you; as radiant as the sun, and she is like a flower blossoming in the spring, every time you look at her. You and her have the same distinct eyes. Strong. Beautiful.  Blue eyes. The way she smiles, is like the same way you do. She is a spitting image of you. She also has her mother’s lush, brown hair, and her father’s bright personality.

She almost one, and we’re planning a party on for her. When will you be back, please come home, before Christmas, you can’t miss your granddaughter’s second Christmas. Later on today, she said her third word ‘pop’. She would like to see you. Please come home for your family, we all miss you, dearly

Please come home soon, for Christmas

Sophia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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