Welcome the Troops

When the Troops came home, we just stood there... Watching them salute to some of the heartless glares. You could tell they wanted to break down; but they couldn't, they're soldiers; there's no need for a frown. They risk their lives and save yours. If you are full of hatred, you try to go to the wars. So raise the U.S. flag; be proud of what you're given. If it wasn't for the Troops, you wouldn't be livin'. So put your hands together every now and then; pray for the Soldiers and end with "Amen".



I love this. I have a lot of family members who were in the military. I really appreciate this poem

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