Wheres My Child - Poem by Ronald Strickland
A child leaves his mothers side,
to fight a war to answer their counties call.
and his mother cry's.
Fathers standing proud waiting with honor
for his child's return,
Time passes when no longer a child,
from war they may return.
The child who left to fight a war
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