Mackenzie Reddin


Flagpole Flag


Flagpole flag,
up so high,
Feelings of
pride
love and
awe.

Burial flag,
down so low,
feelings of
sadness
loss and
sorrow.

Flagpole flag,
down so low,
feelings of
sadness
loss and
sorrow.

Burial flag,
up so high,
feelings of
pride
love and
awe.

Submitted: Thursday, September 16, 2010
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