Beyond My Limit
U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Robert G. Roberts, of the Warrior Transition Unit, Fort Carson, Colo., spots his arrow just before it hits the target during the first day of archery training at the U.S. Army Warrior Care and Transition's Army Trials at Fort Bliss, Texas, March 29. About 80 wounded, ill and injured active-duty Soldiers and veterans are competing in eight different sports April 2-6 for the opportunity to represent Team Army at the 2017 Department of Defense Warrior Games. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Robert A. Whetstone)
By RAWSTONE (Robert A. Whetstone)
Change unexpected; Difficult to absorb. My honor at stake.You look at me; Differently.
Staring over the edge; So close, so close. Cannot do what I did; Did before the storm. Can't you see me; Like the others?
Take one step back; I feel me again! Beyond my limit? I have no limits! Am so much moreThan before.
So push me; Pull me, scratch me; Shake me. I am a Soldier! Beyond my limit. My limits are no more.
I am NOT broken! You CANNOT break me. I have NO LIMITS.