Connie Jones Prince

(Logansport, Indiana, USA)

The Keepers Of The Flame - Poem by Connie Jones Prince

The keepers of the flame
Who serve so honorably
Bring glory to their name,
Preserve our liberty!
Help us to likewise dedicate
Ourselves to nobly serve
And henceforth to eradicate
Our fears, and steel our nerve.
The dream that's carried us this far
Must never, never die!
America - the brightest star
That shines in God's great sky


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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