So thank you to the soldier, or the woman of the factory, your story is unpleasant but is remembered as glory. My most Precious One, my heart sank like stone Descending lost in murkiest shadows With each tear coursing down your lovely cheeks.
On shores stained red,on hands and knees; it was our freedom that they sought. But that is why we are here today, To honour the people who went this way. May your diamond be stalwart honour, For war heroes old and injured, Tormented by battlefields and sights, Of the mangled and beleaguered; May you testify to fact and truth, And publish what you know; And may reason be your sociology, To dictatorial governments overthrow.
For the Freedoms we protect and love. A moment of silence is what we do, For all those who fought through this too. He sank, feet-first, to one side. I see the graves of the fallen who gave us that victory Remembering the sacrifice they gave to their country.
The little flowers on our chests are just to say a simple thanks To those young folks who gave their all, amid the bombs and guns and tanks.
I so strangely thinking: Was he the star of his own show, his life? A sad family walks away, leaving tears on a floral spray. They dug holes in the mud, and lived in underground huts, they had no luxuries and would often see guts.
I swallowed at the task, Girded myself bravely, Prepared to have a mask. In any event, a question posed by the youngsterwhom I estimated was about six years oldprompted me to put this piece together.
We an island, each a shore, death a pounding sea of war. The Moon, not full, but crescent, takes the lead With constellations dancing to her tune Reminding me this galaxy is just a stream. They gave up their lives to save the rest, Although they died, they did their best. Your peace is well deserved.
A dry and barren moat encases the historic tower, a silhouette reminder at sunset that no one wins a war. When it rained, there was no drain, so water filled upto their knees, a regular sight of dead bodies, with no escape from disease. His history has died with those he has loved: It must be evening drawing nigh.
The young men that left, some had never even been kissed, Some of them came from good homes, others, not even missed. Those who lived with machine guns taunting day and night, in a hole in a field miles away from their life.
Once worn by people, row on row. He paused a bit and then replied, "To grow, for those who fought and died. One pool in which we revel or rebel One the investor, one living in the now Or living in hell One gospel truth we all must tell.
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