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Camac
Posted: 11-Sep-2008, 09:21 AM
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Ninety-Seven, now
The tears are real
The pain is too
The sadness eats
To the very soul.
Ninety-seven, now
And for what?
To wet the ground
With young red blood.
To win a war
That cannot be won
To beat a foe
They know not who.
Ninety-seven, now
And for what?
To bring Peace
To a riven land
To show the world
Just where we stand.
The courage of
Our young is great
On this there can
Be no debate. Our
Soldiers strength lies
In Brotherhood
Each one who fell
They understood
The price of Peace
Comes at great cost
But is it worth the
Ones' we've lost.
Is one Life
Worth the price
Is one Life
Worth the pain
What is the price
Of Freedom, for the
Prize of Peace to gain?
They fight and die
In distant lands to
Keep us safe at home
But that has been
Our Soldiers lot
And how they've
Gained their Fame.
The Red and White
Tells all the world
That Conquerers they
Are not. They
Fight to keep the
Peace in place
Where others would
Dare not.
               
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Posted: 11-Sep-2008, 06:28 PM
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I like your poem dedicated to our young soldiers that died while on mission to Afghanistan.
A beautiful tribute. For a first draft it's good.

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Posted: 11-Sep-2008, 08:03 PM
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Yes very nice indeed.
You should post it on the board at Parlement for our dear PM to see and read...

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Posted: 11-Sep-2008, 08:07 PM
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LOA;

Do you honestly think that arrogant fool would understand it?

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Posted: 11-Sep-2008, 08:58 PM
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You could translate "en français" maybe then he would.... tongue.gif

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Posted: 11-Sep-2008, 09:55 PM
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QUOTE (Lady-of-Avalon @ 11-Sep-2008, 08:58 PM)
You could translate "en français" maybe then he would.... tongue.gif

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LOA;

I'm afraid my "Francais" is very limited to what I learned working construction and that is not the type to be spoken in polite society. N'es Pas?

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