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if im a soldier, to you
why am i sittin' lookin' out the window
wantin' for a sign a reson for....

losing my composure,
i'm collapsing
i just can't find the answers
so why do think i'm a soldier?

i'm waiting for a sign
waitin' for a reson
of why you think i'm the soldier?
when i'm losted my composure

i'm collapsing
with pain they caused
tho they'ed never know
dose that make me a hero?
cause i think i'm a zero

i've lost my composure
i just can't take it
i just might just takeoff
don't morn just let me takeoff

i'm trying to find the answer's
'cause i feel i'm losing my mind
i wish i could rewind
to before i was assigned

so why do think i'm a soldier?
Roseanne Lambert

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Soldiers Heart

i am no normal person
i was no normal child
brought up in the country
one view in my mind
this country we live in
this place we call home
this is my england
with honour to the thrown
i'd fight for queen and country
if the call was made
i'd fight under the flag
this is my way
people think im crazy
people think im mad
this is no normal heart
it is the heart of the soldier
born and bred a soldier
the title i never took
instead im known as police officer
a baton is my rifle
different colour uniform
my boots the same as all the soldiers
my heart the sames as theirs
so when you ask me my name sir
the reply that you will get
i am but a soldier sir
and that i will never forget

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America vs Germany vs India(A funny story)

In a ship the Generals of three nations were traveling with their soldiers. They started the topic that whose soldier had more of guts.
The American general called for one of his men and told him to jump down the ship and take a round swimming around the moving ship. The soldier did as he was commanded and the general boasted of by saying 'See the guts! '
Now the German general called out for one of his men and asked him to take two similar rounds. The soldier did as he was told.
When he came back from the water the German said, 'See the guts.'
Now the Indian General called out for his most courageous man, Santa and asked him to take five similar rounds.
Santa promptly replied, 'Am I your dad`s servant? '
At this the general proudly said 'See the guts'.
Edwin Drood

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Our American Soldier

I had to share this Poem; Rachel gave to me for Veterans Day, written for a class project on Veterans Day,11-11-2008.

Our American Soldier

There he lies
Covered from head to toe
Frozen and cold among the wet snow
His hands and feet he cannot feel for they are numb
The reason he is here, is not at all dumb
He is here for us, Our American Soldier

With his gun at His side, ready to aim
He sees the enemy cross his path
He knows this is anything but a game
Ready to fire, serve and Protect
Steady with his hand
From his face doth his fear reflect
Here for his country, Our American Soldier

Today is the day we stand and salute
We give our thanks and love
To he who did attribute
He represents the red, the White and the Blue
He gave it his best
To him, our hearts are kind and true
Our American Soldier

Rachel M. Gaines
Rachel Gaines

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