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The Soldier (Memorial Day Memorial Day Memorial Day)

Fighting for freedom,
Fall of a valiant soldier
Resting in the Lord

(Dedicated to my children's grandfather)










© 2011


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Udiah (witness to Yah)

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Soldier

He's a man on his note/who's at ease at his post/get low/when them things blow/lettin' y'all know/that's a soldier/with pride/with his troops, he collide/on the battlefield/demonstrating his battling skills/that's a soldier/fighting for his country/fightingn for the poor and hungry/yo, wassup, who want it, B? /honestly/yo, that's a soldier/keepin' that composure/M-16 toter and holder/lettin' 'em know how it go, bruh/yo/that's a soldier/bussin' randomly/to get back home to his family/honor, integrity, and sanity/off top, that's a soldier/goin' by that code of ethics/yo, ya gotta respect it/to those soldiers on deck/mic check/that's a soldier/go and round out the tank/and shoot some rounds from the tank/you know you're on top even if they say you ain't/that's a soldier/who's never givin' up/everyday, livin' it up/dreams and goals, fullfillin''em up/that's a soldier/those true soldiers bout that money and that power/who would rather die like a man than live like a coward/that's a soldier/one time for the U.S/the country that do it best/red, white, and blue, nothin' less/where them soldiers/who steady loadin' them clips/lock and loadin' and shit/I'm lettin' y'all know what it is/that's the biz/that's a soldier/on the battlefield/gotta letcha know the deal/on the field/them boys get ill/where shit is real/yo/that's a soldier/true soldiers that's down to ride or die/talkin' bout them true soldiers that's reachin' for the sky/talkin' bout them true soldiers that's down to ride or die/that's a soldier/true soldiers/keep your head to the sky
 
Kris Smith

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  3.     

Soldier's Ghost

I bled for you - would you for me?

I blessed a skin in blazing fuel
Then took a bullet in a duel of
‘He or I to Die.'

I often question ‘Why? '
Do you?

My country was my life to give -
Would you for country cease to live?
Sinking in a mire of death,
You have no choice -
So while you're still alive,
Rejoice!

I cried in failure - did you care?
And as I waned, were you aware of
What I did -?
Fighting for my country while you hid
Behind your comfort back at home?

Still relaxed?
My wife and child are fading at the tomb.


Copyright © Mark R Slaughter 2009




















































































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Mark R Slaughter

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  4.     

Mother’s Cry Of Late

</>Where for art thou, soldier?
Out East? West? –
And when? –
What part your rabid history?
And why? –
What wrought your destiny? –
For whom
You’d wreak your enmity –
I crave your fate to pen!

What comprehension of the
Order? –
‘Listen up! you men!
Raze to ground the taken land!
See they die and e’er you’ll stand, for
Death is but a grain of sand –
The mighty triumph, medal grand!

Now go you well!
Amen! ’

What sight upon the bloody lie
Of war? – your doubtful fate.

‘Where for art thou, soldier? ’ –
Your mother’s cry of late.

Copyright © Mark R Slaughter 2011

































































































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