Treasure Island

Dorian Petersen Potter


Heroes


Heroes are very brave people,
They do extraordinary things,
Folks who hold a lit candle
In my heart they're blessings!

They serve with so much pride and dignity.
They make our lives easier and more comfy,
So many burdens and duties often they do carry,
To protect our enviroment and other countries

So let’s observe this day today with a moment of silence,
Let’s remember each and all, for their courage and their patience.
For these men and women sacrifice what they know and all,
In time of peace and war to protect our shores from foes and fall

So this 4th of July, let’s unite and bow our heads and pray,
For all our men and women, and for peace to reign, soon one day!

Submitted: Wednesday, August 03, 2005
Edited: Monday, May 17, 2010
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