"We fight for men and women... whose poetry is not yet written, but which will presently... be as enviable
and as renowned as any."
This is a quote from Robert Gould Shaw during the Civil War.
What does it mean to you when you read it?
Most Helpful Guy
Just a fancy way of saying, we fight for the future, and later generations because they will be do things that will hold extreme value even though it isn't concieved yet1