In the darkness of night, they marched together, side by side, With only the moon and stars above them, as their guide, All around them, the sounds of guns and many tanks, Slowly moving along rocky shores, and slippery muddy banks.
I strove to either succeed, Or to sacrifice my everything, But the opposition to impede. Come back and help me: Today we mounted the poems on black construction paper, and added a paper poppy another foldable!
His film is ending, subtitles about to roll, last moments of anticipation, will his story change before the last curtain call? On shores stained red,on hands and knees; it was our freedom that they sought.
I see and hear the big guns that sound like thunder I see a Europe at war slowly being torn asunder. Were won by those that shed their blood. I fought a man every time, I faced the thwarting enemy, No easy game of mine. Those eyes saw men risk life and limb, In places worse then hell.
Who dedicates these scarlet blooms, to souls that rest in earthen tombs? Let them saunter somberly above the moat, across the fields.
I shiver move away from the cracked sill Listening to the kettle sing, my music for now; While a tiny place in this bosom etches new voyages Yet to be born And yet a beam of pure white light Seems to be coming through the night.
In addition she put the poem to music and an animoto video. But you fight on. Bray School in Ancaster, Ontario when she was 10 years old and in grade 5. Crawling across dead mangled bodies, that were once soldiers with a name, Now they are just part of the landscape, they can no longer ask, who is to blame?
Anyway small vent overback to the original theme of this post - remembering Remembrance Day. Thousands of men were wounded and countless lives were lost. I thought of family and you, Freedom and liberty, And the rightness of the two.
One day a year they come as one. Though they came home, a part of them Caught in the war, did stay. Where are they going, do they even know, and what will they find? Is it Christmas Break, yet???
I am hurt, yet you prepare to leave.
The men and women of our island, our empire and our commonwealth, as well as our allies that fought for a common want. Wars create heroes but wars are evil, in the past people gave their life as a present for present day people. He sank, feet-first, to one side.
Secure the right of freedom allowed in your Kingdom as that place is your home.For more poems that may be suitable for Remembrance events please see (in addition to the poems on this page): Poems, PoemsAfghanistan Remembrance Day in the UK is 11 November.
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Remembrance Day Poem More I have also included all of the songs and poems from my Veterans' Day Poems, Songs and Finger Puppets packet. Great for language arts and writing projects during the month of November.
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This little poem came to be when I observed a little child at an Armistice Day Ceremony. He was in the company of an elderly gentleman, perhaps a relative. In any event, a question posed by the youngster, whom I estimated was about six years old, prompted me to put this piece together.
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