Author: Don Fraser
The time was ninteen-forty-two
and America was at war,
We had an enemy,
On some distant shore.
They launched a sneak attack
Some how, we had to pay them back
All of America joined forces,
We all took, different courses,
Some went in the Army,
I was too young, they wouldn't take me.
But we all did our part,
For America, was in our heart.
At school every week
I bought some defense saving stamps.
At night they would turn off,
All of the street lamps.
Our officials raised a fuss,
But they did not want, our enemies, bombing us.
You must know the rest,
When america, was put to the test,
Not only did we survive,
On peace, we thrive.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|AKA (18.104.22.168) -- Tuesday, March 8 2005, 09:55 pm|
i liked this, you seem to write poetry in the same style as i do. i really liked this, awesome work!
|Meri (22.214.171.124) -- Tuesday, October 11 2011, 07:54 pm|
Very good Don! I think this is about Pearl Harbor. I could be wrong. War is inevitable sometimes, but lost lives are impossible to forget.
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