“Letter to an Unknown Soldier” essay

Hello, Unknown Soldier!
Nikita Artushkin is writing to you from the small village of Kafteyka. I’m 11 years old, I’m in the fifth grade, I like sweets, I go in for sports. You probably also loved all this when you were a teenager. You also naughty and committed boyish deeds. So I once got into my father’s car to steer and accidentally took it off the handbrake. The car drove off and drove into the ditch, and I was frightened. Dad took me off the seat, quarreled a bit and sent a walk. Together we decided not to talk about this to my mother, so as not to disturb her. That’s how I turned out to be a “hero”! And my dad then pulled the car out of the ditch with the help of a tractor.
And you are a real hero! You defended your homeland and died in an unequal battle with your enemies.
In the Hermishinsky Park there is a monument to the Unknown Soldier. This is a monument to you. I would like to know more about you. find out your name.
Dear soldier! I want to tell you about how nice it is to live peacefully in peace without war. A world without war... – it’s easy to wake up every morning and see through the window of your room, as peacefully swaying twigs of birches. Without fear, quietly run around your native village and hear only the summer thunder of the thunder, and not the ruptures of shells. Tired after the workout, drink tea with your favorite chocolate “Alenka” and fall into a soft, comfortable bed, fearing nothing, and to know that tomorrow will be morning, day and evening again, there will be mom and dad, I will and my future.
I’m sorry that you have remained anonymous. You wanted to live, too! What kind of person were you? Most likely, handsome, kind, cared about others, and you also had a family. I’d like you to stay alive. I’m very sorry for you and your family, because they do not even know where you are buried.
I know that I will never answer this letter. You can never go back to where you were born, where you met your first love. You will not see your family, you will no longer have a family. All that’s left for you is just a memory. You will always be remembered!
“Your name is unknown, your feat is immortal!”
I will always remember you!


“Letter to an Unknown Soldier” essay