Memories of WarMemories of War:
So now I behold your latest work of art and I am again impressed. The same well-made rhymed couplets, the same neat slanted rhyme as an opener. The bold type is surely an emphasis, to bring something to the other's mind.
The words selected for the rhyme pattern show good poetic sense. I caught that from the stanzas in bold type especially.
Then there is the question ye demanded mid-way, which rings with a bit of scorn or ....
"Fill my heart with regret?" I dare to say, No.
Back to common print and a different tone, but still effective. I can only conclude that you and I know our stuff.