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  237.     

My Knight and My Hero

I know he isn’t handsome man but he’s like a knight
I know he don’t use armour or brave horse but he’s like the big hero
He have given his hand to me and teach me to help each other
He have given his wisdom sword to battles problems in my life
And only him that have given to me a great weapon to heals sorrow
The smiling face is great weapon to heals sorrow
My knight and my hero
He changes my life simply
His instict says that he will always be my knight and hero
And he certains that I always love him too
And I know he is true
I will always love you, Dad
I will always admire you as my kngiht and hero
Always and forever more than your desire
 
Deasy Anggraeni

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  238.     

Recognize The Day

Recognize The Day

Do you have to die in a foreign land
To be a hero today?
Heroes come in many sizes
Young or old and even gray

Memorial Day we honor those,
Who died gave all for thee
The ultimate sacrifice made by them
Just to keep us free

But, what of the soldiers who came home
And left a part of their soul?
How do you thank those whose dreams
Were left on some far away shore

Some lost their arms and legs
Others lost their fingers or toes
But many more are scarred for life
Where no battle wounds will show

Veterans Day is for those
Who went away from here
All did it willingly
Without a thought of fear

So give the dead their due
But remember others were there too

Memorial Day is for heroes gone
Veterans Day is for heroes here


Jim 1996

AMERICA Home of the free Because of the brave
 
James Casey

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  239.     

A Little Girl

A lil girl screams out in the night,

her hero comes a running,

as he pulls her close,

she knows he'll always be there.



A lil girl screams out in the night,

her boyfriend just ended it,

her hero comes a running,

he pulls her tight and wipes the tears away.



A lil girl screams out,

her hero comes a running,

her face is full of smiles,

he already knows whats coming.



A daddy crys out in the night,

his house is slient,

no more lil girls crying out in the night,

its time to let them go.



a lil girl hears her daddy crying,

its time to give the brid away,

no more having him run to her,

its time to give her away.



A lil girl crys out in the night,

she just got the call,

her hero is dying,

soon he'll be running to his daddy.



A lil girl crys out durning the day,

her daddy just passed away,

as she whisperes 'i'll always be your lil girl'

her daddy went off to Jesus.
 
Lydia Kindle

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  240.     

The Hero Entering The Beast's Lair

Standing outside the door,
the hero hears the sound of a monstrous creature taking massive breaths.
But he,
in white robes,
hesitates only to draw his sword.

Onward he marches.
The White Sword shining, almost glowing in his hand,
the breathing now nearly crushing the hero's heart and soul,
yet he continues.

Onward he marches.
The cold stone of the beast's lair slithering with water,
the door opening before him,
the thought of the beast that breathed those breathes plagues the hero's mind.
Still, he presses on.

Onward he marches.
The icy air penetrating his garments,
the door now closing behind him,
the creature,
a dragon,
now emerges from the fog.
Fiery Red eyes scorch everything they touch.
Yet, despite the horror before him,
the hero continues on.
 
Jon McIntosh

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