Frank Pulver

Rookie - 0 Points (10/28/1971 / born-(Hudson, New York) - raised-(Tampa, Florida))

Anzac Day


To many they do not know what this day is meant for
It is a day to honor that the men the keeps the enemy from reaching our shore
They do not understand how they save us each and everyday
They lay down their lives down for us so that we can remain free today
They fight through jungles and the terrorist’s desert sands
This why this is a day of Remembrance of those who gave their lives in Foreign lands

From the Gallipoli to Alamein
They fought and gave their all and that is why their remembrance will remain
We need to think about the Muddy of conditions Kokoda Trail
As many stood and fought with pride so that our Freedom would prevail

Hopefully they can now see what is meant on Anzac Day
Because without our men/woman of honor we would be always in harms way

Submitted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
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