Harold R Hunt Sr

Rookie - 429 Points (Jan 14 1954 / Bardford Pa)

A Letter To A Soldier. - Poem by Harold R Hunt Sr

A letter to a soldier.
Dear Solder:
I saw you the other day. You had on a uniform so neat. With shinny buttons and shoe.
I like the way you carried the flag. Nice tall For all to see.
My dad says, You fight for our freedom and for me to be able to write this letter.
My dad says freedom doesn't come cheap. And many of your friends.Have gave their lives?
He told me about the American wars and how the first war was for our freedom and rights.
He told me how a man tried to kill us all and take our country. How the soldiers stop them all.
We solder, . 't time for me to go to bed. But I'll say a prayer for you tonight.
Thanking you for my freedom and my life.
Thankyou American solder,

Topic(s) of this poem: soldier

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Poem Edited: Thursday, October 23, 2014

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