By Wanda Billbe
The Moore American
MOORE — For those who fought in wars both won and lost;
For those who paid the supreme cost;
You may wonder does anyone care that you died for future generations of Americans?
Trust us when we say it’s true; with humble hearts we remember you.
Your grave may hold an “unknown” marker but what
You did stands monuments tall.
For a solider to give the ultimate price; such love such
On this Memorial Day we remember you.
With heartfelt thanks we shed a tear and with pride
We salute you both far and near.
Please know on this day that millions pause to say
Thanks for giving us America — The USA.
From sunup to sundown bugles will play;
As we take the time to remember you today.
Thank you for dying to allow us our freedom.
You are not forgotten.