The Cemetery Poem

by | Oct 30, 2017 | Poetry | 0 comments

A sea of grey
What a price to pay
A long time has passed,
but our memories should last.
Rows of the very brave,
their lives they gave.
They died for us,
their bodies lie in the graves today,
most still nameless.
So wear your poppy with pride,
for all those brave men who died.


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