We happy few, we band of brothers

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This man’s brother was diagnosed with leukemia when he was 4 years old and fought it,
then he lost his battle to brain cancer.

The quote “We few, we happy few, we band of brothers” is one of the well-known lines
from the St. Crispin’s Day Speech given by the King in Shakespeare’s Henry V,
when Henry is trying to encourage his men toward a victory
against the French at the Battle of Agincourt.
They were outnumbered and their situation was bleak.

This tattoo symbolizes his brother’s death and how
“It doesn’t matter what the odds are. It’s about the fight”.

The roses represent the lost brother and his siblings.
The vines and thorns represent growth, struggle, and adversity.