A Middle-Eastern Trio

A Middle-Eastern Trio

Tibia, Fibula and Patella sound like a Middle-Eastern trio of females singing hauntingly beautiful Ancient Persian melodies and harmonies accompanied by a lyre

When in reality they are leg bones used by each and every Marine who goes into battle in a Middle-Eastern Region strewn with roadside, countryside, and citywide bombs

Planted just under the top soil so that the soldiers with big muscles attached by such things as Anterior Cruciate and other ligaments to the tibia, fibula and knee cap otherwise

Known as a patella hear, until the medics arrive or, unfortunately for less time, the hauntingly Beautiful melodies and harmonies accompanied by the percussion section of

The orchestra as it blasts out the sounds of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and this time the drums as Bombs are beaten with tibiae, fibulae and patellae, that is, two or more trios.

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