'Carry On' - Poem by Charles Monroe
There are still good people on this earth
Far from the depths I heard their word
And such delight to me it rung
To know that heroes aren’t unsung.
For words we seek are words we find
For what a word is worth define
And all the rubbish soon be gone
For only truth will carry on.
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