America's Finest


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    America's Finest

    America’s Finest

    Dresses with Desert tan
    With rifle there in hand
    Thy took an oath
    To guard our land
    Beneath the stars and stripes
    They fight
    Protecting us day and night
    They give all of them selves
    And ask nothing in return
    Away from their families
    In a foreign land
    Some take the fall
    While making a stand
    They give the greatest sacrifice
    Any human can
    When they stand beneath
    The stars and stripes
    Securing our people and our land

    God Bless All the Soldiers in the United States Military

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    brandon commented on America's Finest


    i got a friend in the army nice work



    thank you very much

    Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion.

    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

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