gettysburg

November 11th is observed as Armistice Day for the end of WWI. Most countries have renamed the day to something else. In the U.S.A. is it called Veteran’s Day for all veterans of all wars.

“Dust to Dust”

Yellow Sun
Green Grass
Brown Earth
Grey Smoke
Blue Steel
Red Blood
White Bone
Brown Earth
Green Grass
Yellow Sun

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5 thoughts on “gettysburg

  1. Yes, Remembrance Sunday, here in the UK. I bought my poppy last weekend, and shall wear it with pride this weekend.
    “At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
    We will remember them.”
    (taken from Laurence Binyon’s poem, “For the Fallen”, written in 1914)

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