I just read your poem, and I loved it. I enjoyed the way you mixed words, like your final verse, or "agony is gone" (I love the sonorities of this verse). It really feels like you're walking in the middle of a battlefield in the aftermath of the battle. I could almost feel the wind.
I only have a question of curiosity though: why is it called "Warcry poem"? It doesn't feel very "warcry" to me, in the sense of not something a warrior would shout before going to battle.
Other than that, I can only say: please keep making poetry, you certainly have talent!