Fallen Firefighter - Poem by Tyler Durden
They lived and breathed this kind of rattle.
And if it still hurts then hold your breath,
Like they held theirs' until their death.
Don't hate them for what they've done,
They wouldn't for what we did,
Or cry for the lives they lived,
Because they lived for everyone.
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