IMPORTANT UPDATE.......In February of 2001 someone asked John Titor the question, "Do you remember any poetry after 2001 in your past?" He then
quoted a few lines of what he could remember from a poem called "A Soldiers Winter". He quoted the following lines:
"The day before it wasn't snowing.
The trees are strangers, leering, disapproving in the ash of winter ..my world, my life, my wandering path.
I pray God's eyes may once again gaze upon me and remind me that I am still His child."
Some people think he was maybe referring to a poem called "A Soldier's Winter" by a man named Larry Cluck, but in fact, he was quoting from another
poem called "A Soldiers Winter" that was published on April 6, 2011 by someone named Cicero. John Titor quoted exact lines from this poem. He also
said it was written as a letter by a soldier. It was. This poem can be found here: www.familyfriendpoems.com... Here is what it says, directly from
the poetry website:
Spiritual Poem about Death
Based on a soldier's letter to his daughter. After the atrocities witnessed at several places Hiroshima, Vietnam, Iraq, it is warning to the future
not to allow the current world to continue in it's manner.
A Soldier's Winter
The day before it wasn't snowing.
After amber suns made our Earth now glowing.
The trees are strangers, leering, disapproving
In the ash of winter, are minds are now moving
My world, my life, my wandering path.
It seems not God, but man's own wrath.
I pray God's eyes may us once again,
Gaze upon us at our end.
We will rebuild, we will renew,
From a world of greed and lust that left so few.
Remind me that I am still his child.
And provide us with your mercy mild.
Source: A Soldier's Winter, Spiritual Poems about Death www.familyfriendpoems.com...