Frank Pulver

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Veterans Come to Save the Day (Memorial Day)


As our heroes come home and are laid to rest
They need to be honored and not someone to protest
And show hatred as stand along the road and preach
Yes we have the freedom of speech

But this disrespectful to our heroes and problems will arise
Thank God to our veterans that come to save the day,
They roar their motorcycle that will give those protestors a loud surprise,

Those protesters will their rights have been violated
But they to understand that the loss of someone causes enough grief
and does not deserve to hear them because those families will not only sad but frustrated

Submitted: Sunday, May 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013

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Frank Pulver May 26,2013

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