sought adventures bold,
the cheering crowds their flame within
and the pretty girls they would behold,
all waving flags at their gallant men;
who soon grew old before their time,
their lust for war by God destroyed
in combat's constant violent rhyme
where soldiers' hearts to Hell deployed.
|By Nancy L. Meek
Listed May 23, 2010
About Author... Nancy is the proud wife of William "Billy" J. Meek, a Vietnam War
Veteran, who served with the 1st Cavalry Airmobile Division, 11th Aviation
Group, 228th Battalion, Co. B.
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