Always remember them.

Poem by: xXloriettaXx

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This poem is deticated to the soliders who fought to keep this land I call Canada free.
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Submitted: November 11, 2010

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Submitted: November 11, 2010

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Stand in silence, bow your head.
Pray for the dead.
Remember those who've fought for us.
Give respect for them , they have made our country free.
So stand proud of them and bow your head in silence.
Thank them with the silence.
They have given us what some others only dream of.
They were fathers, sons and brothers.
They gave their life for us.
They will be missed.
They are loved.
And they will never be forgotten.

Wear a poppie. A symbol of respect.
A red little flower, it means so much.
The soldier lay in flanders fields where the poppies grow.
So wear a poppie and show resepct.
And show you will never forget


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Always remember them.

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Genre: War and Military

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