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  237.     

Graves

Feel it in your bones
Feel it in your head
Feel it in that place ya shouldn't
I am coming back from this villains grave

Stores were never song
Tales never told
I am the unsung hero
With this unmarked grave

Suicidal children
Broken lives
Are just a few things
I dealt with this life

Stores were never song
Tales never told
I am the unsung hero
With this unmarked grave

Feel it in your heart
Feel it in your soul
My friend
I am back for as long as you
Wish me to stay

Stores were never song
Tales never told
I am the unsung hero
With this unmarked grave

I don't ask much
Don't regret
& never forget

Stores were never song
Tales never told
I am the unsung hero
With this unmarked grave

Stories were never song
Tales never told
Just remember I lie
Where the black roses never die
 
Codykye Callaghan

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  238.     

No Respect Dude

No respect dude the teenager said
Unhappy with me for not honouring the war dead
But his idea of what is respect is quite different to mine
He has his opinions and that suits me fine.

The making of a young soldier in some future day
To fight in a war from his homeland far away
For by his own admission that is all he aspires for to be
The heroes to him are not heroes to me.

Perhaps of emulating his ancestor the teenager does dream
But those he sees as heroes are not mine it does seem
My heroes believe in live and let live
And any perceived wrongs of the past are happy to forgive.

No respect dude words from one quite young
Perhaps one day too his praises will be sung
And though he may not survive to march in the war parade
At his grave site the last post for him will be played.

My advice to no respect dude is live long as you can
And forget about war live to be an old man
And watch your great grandchildren in the children's playground play
For life is for living as some are known to say.
 
Francis Duggan

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  239.     

Our Ordinary Heroes

Our ordinary heroes wave their National flag
And of their patriotism so proudly they brag
By their type so often dreams of peace are destroyed
So much for the fervour of Nationalistic pride.

Our ordinary heroes seem ordinary indeed
The words of our ordinary leader they heed
He clings on to power by fueling their fear
They are silly enough to believe all they hear.

From him about people they don't even know
And 'tis from their fear of the unknown that their hatred seem to grow
For those who are different and it seems sad to say
That one fool is born every minute each day.

Our ordinary heroes are ordinary indeed
Their patriotism only them to war zones lead
Their leader to their deaths he points them the way
And he will die a hero of old age one day.
 
Francis Duggan

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The Winners Are Always The Heroes

The winners are always the heroes in life it is always this way
The losers are quickly forgotten though a fine and sporting
game they did play
'Tis only a sport it may well seem where people chase after a ball
But many take football quite seriously though 'tis only a game after all,
The winners are always the heroes and that's how it always will be
The fans of the winners are singing rejoicing in their victory
Life and sports are akin in many ways though some may say 'tis only a game
The winners get all of the applause and the winners can bask in their fame,
The winners are always the heroes and the winners get all of the praise
And always only to the winners the toasters their toasting glasses raise
The losers are quickly forgotten though some must lose for some to win
Yet some look on losing as shameful to them there is no greater sin,
In life as in sport the poor losers are the people the masses ignore
And in football the really big hero is the one who kicks the winning score.
 
Francis Duggan

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