Darby Diana (09/04/1943 / Pennsylvania)
I have seen them cry for mercy,
Young men and women of all ages,
Trying their best to defend.
Bombs and rockets dropped all night,
We heard the blasting fright,
Medics ran to assist,
They knew of the deadly risks,
Remembering war is a nightmare,
The brave soldiers didn't know what was out there.
The soldiers are proud of their flag,
All the men and women fight to the end,
They won't stop until our flag flies red, white, and blue in the wind.
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