Craig ... I can almost hear the marching military drum here!
The title is defiant in itself and the poem doesn't back down either.
The first stanza describes the absolute willingness to fight and endure the consequences for the yet untold cause.
The second stanza reiterates that the battle, causing wounds and death (a wake) will be weathered like a storm (great metaphor)
The third ... if a sacrifice is deemed necessary by god to protect the holy ground, then blood would willingly be spilled to do just that
Fourth stanza ... you could have said "come and have a go if you think you're hard enough" lol ... bring it on!
The repeated use of "I will do just what/whatever it takes" between each stanza really works well in punctuating the forcefulness of your conviction here and gives the poem real gravitas. Interestingly ... although I've interpreted your words as 'war-like' - this could also apply to a battle/defence of hearts and love as much as it could to an actual war of territory. The rhyming is great, as is the imagery here. A fab piece in my opinion :-) x