Even Birds Fall Silent - Poem by Wojja Fink
Even birds fell silent
As soldiers’ coffins passed bye
The young and the old wiped a tear from their eye
Soldiers returning from a world they would save
Are our politicians as equally brave?
In Wooltan Basset the hearses drove past
The bugle played mournful as shadows were cast.
The sun disappeared behind clouds in the sky
Even the birds fell silent
As soldiers’ coffins passed bye.
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