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                                  TRIBUTE  TO  AMERICAN  VETERANS   11
                           My Hero

I could tell when he left
He had heard the Call
He didn't seem shaken
Or Frightened at All

He made me so proud all dressed in his Blues
To stand up for his Country, its Freedoms its Views

He gave me a Hug
And said not to Worry
He'd take care of this War
And be home in a Hurry


I'd received a few Letters he'd scribbled in Pen
Promising he'd be home soon, I would see him Again


A few months went by and not a word from My Son
Then a knock at the door  and my Nightmare had  Begun

Two tall gentlemen dressed in their Finest Military Attire
Told me that My son had been killed by Enemy Fire

"You should be Proud,  He died a Hero  that Night"
He saved other soldier's  with his Courage
His will and his Might

No story or Fame
Could ever Replace
My Son and his Wonder
His warm loving Face


And with all the Medals
They gave him in high Praise
Won't ever make up for his life's stolen Days



Written By: Ryan Kinsella-Harmon
                      A Soldier's Call
ARLINGTON  NATIONAL  CEMETERY
MARINES IN VIETNAM 1966
CHOPPER PILOT  OVER VIETNAM
1968
IFANTRY SOLDIER IN VIETNAM   1968
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A SOLDIER'S PRAYER
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SOLDIERS  OF THE WALL
A SOLDIER'S CALL
REMEMBERING HERO'S
OUR COMRADES AT ARMS
PATRIOTIC TRIBUTES
UNITED WE STAND
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