The author uses 'bringing them home' various times to emphasise the accusation and hard reality that a lot of people are killed and brought home, and it didn't stop it was continuous. The repetition of 'bringing them home' also engraves in the reader's mind that it happened because they repeat it.
The descriptions of human are ever present and they say this in the first 2 lines saying 'all day, day after day, they're bringing them home...' It shows the harsh reality of war and sorrow that people go through.
The poet forces the reader the reader to visualise what is happening being the bodies, war grouds ect. ' their giving them names, they're rolling them out of deep-freeze lockers-on the tarmac at tan sun nut...' This sentence encourages readers to critical visualise and understand the suffering
The language used is powerful and moving the author makes the reader want to keep reading
The poet uses evocative language to evoke the readers emotion to make them think and portrays sorrow and sadness