Kelsey Martinson


My Hero's


My hero's aren't in comics
My hero's don't wear capes
My hero's don't battle mythical
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I dedicate this poem to all of the soldiers that risk their lives for everyone daily. Thank you so much for everything you do.

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  • Rookie - 10 Points Rees Millstead (8/20/2013 9:07:00 PM)

    A hero isnt one who fights with swords and magic sheild
    A hero isnt one who lives in worn out battle feilds
    A hero always shows their face so we can see their true
    A hero always fights for love and hopes love will pull through
    A hero cant shoot laser beams from out their big blue eyes
    And if a hero takes a shot that hero surley dies
    A hero will not live forever and altho he can not fly
    A hero always keeps us safe untill we reach the sky
    A hero feels fear and pain, hate and struggle to
    And if you give me just one chance..Ill be that hero for you (Report) Reply

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