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The Saddest Acre In America
Men and Women buried here
Who gave their all for you and me
In Iraq and Afghanistan
So that, others, might be Free.
Row after row of headstones
Where friends and families grieve
They pay respects and say a prayer
There’s some, don’t want to leave.
Some will place a memento
For their Hero, neath the ground
And far too often, during the day
Hearing “Taps”, a mournful sound.
The white stones bear their Name
Rank and Branch and conflict Served
The dates of Birth and Death
And the Citations, they deserved.
Maybe, a symbol for their Faith
Something, etched above their name
But no matter what, their beliefs
They’re all treated just the same.
Once, Comrades in Battle
And now, resting neath that stone
Forever with, those other Heroes
So, they will never be alone.
Section Sixty, just a small part
Of this sacred, hallowed ground
But, each plot a special place
Where, a Hero may be found.
They all are in good company
Two hundred sixty thousand souls
Buried here at Arlington
Some young, with unfulfilled life goals.
All Served our Country selflessly
And they all deserve our praise
We should, remember them and thank them
Not just, only on, these holidays.
Del “Abe” Jones
"Mankind’s greatest accomplishment is not the revolution of technology it is the evolution of creativity " copyright Del "Abe" Jones 1984
So heart warming ,,,,,,,I hope I dont have to see it any time soon I am not sure i would make it there,,,,,the thought of all the young/old HEROS is enough ,,,,,my son is deployed now ,,,,,so It is close to home for me !!!!!!!