Wow, this is really original, it's nice to not see a clichéd piece of writing for a bit. I like how you make it clear that everyone dies, the innocent and guilty, grateful and ungrateful, it's true especially now in a time where the line between good and evil is so blurred. I think the title, 'unconquerable', is great, because was is all about conquering to get land, money, power, multiple reasons really and the one thing we can't conquer is the theory of war, the idea of it, because it keeps coming back and it keeps being used as a means of the worlds leaders getting what they want. The stanzas all fit together well which is suprising since the structure isn't that well put together. I really liked this, it made me think, normally I would compliment a poem on its emotion but this one doesn't have any, it has expression but it's emotionless, I think that's really fitting for this poem because war is so full of the harshest emotions possible that you have to stop feeling to survive, so war is emotionless. Anyway I've rambled on long enough, just to conclude I really liked this poem.