General George S Patton Jnr


God Of Battles - Poem by General George S Patton Jnr

From pride and foolish confidence,
From every waking creed,
From the dread fear of fearing,
Protect us, Lord, and lead.


Great God, who, through the ages,
Has braced the bloodstained hand,
As Saturn, Jove, or Woden
Has led our Warrior band.


Again we seek thy council,
But not in cringing guise,
We whine not for thy mercy,
To slay; God make us wise.


For slaves who shun the issue
Who do not ask thy aid,
To Thee we trust our spirits,
Our bodies, unafraid.


From doubt and fearsome bodings
Still Thou our spirits guard,
Make strong our souls to conquer.
Give us the victory, Lord.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 20, 2010



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