Frank Pulver

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The Main Reasons to Honor the Service Members


Here are the reasons of why we should some admiration.
Let’s think of some of those things that have to go to protect this nation.
Over the years many were drafted,
Having things to take on that, they learned and crafted.
Many service members came to this nation’s as volunteers,
In which they came to serve their life for this nation for many years.
The main thing that came to share,
To en route to protect the United States anywhere.
It leads them from the jungle or desert or air or sea.
That leads us to see exactly what leads to our true victory.
Many of them saw things that are gross and gory,
By them having to give up everything to fight for the true glory.
So please re-read this and try to understand everything that it is trying to say,
That without them this would not be such a God Loving Country.

By Frank Pulver
April 22,2011

Submitted: Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 09, 2013

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