Martha Tittle

(Newburgh, NY, USA)

Old Glory - Poem by Martha Tittle

"Old Glory" waves in splendor,
O'er land and rolling sea'
Her colors signify to all,
A country that is free. She waves throughout the land to teach,
Her humble subjects here,
A freedom in our lives and speech,
She makes this very clear. She stands for liberty and justice
Pride to share - with one and all,
So always do your part, dear friends
"The Colors" must not fall. "Our Flag" - The red, the white and blue,
Is waving free today,
She waves on high for home sweet home
The dear old U.S.A.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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