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Amiens 1918

Amiens 1918 So line up in the trenches boy, Aussies go over the top, If you don’t walk into the machine guns, For cowardice you’ll be shot, (choices hey) The smell of death is on the wind, Pay it no never mind, The rotting corpses, soldiers, thinned, The reaper doesn’t mind, …………………………….. Walter Leeson had been wounded twice, Last time shot through the knee, At Amiens he hobbled forward slowly, nice, Machine gun got him see, Three times into the machine guns walked, They killed him finally, So we have his photo on the wall, A soldiers, French grave, you see, My mum’s uncle Walter … Don Johnson

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  1. Date: 9/29/2012 7:09:00 AM

  1. Date: 9/27/2012 7:00:00 AM
    That is a very awesome picture to have on your wall! He contributed greatly to the war and is a hero my friend! I would be honored to have such a picture as that on my wall as well Don! I'm glad you enjoy the story and seeing him there! This is a fantastic write about this war hero! I love how you presented him and lifted him up, great job! This is a fabulous piece, Excellent Work!!

  1. Date: 9/27/2012 3:45:00 AM
    A hero in the 1918 - well done Don. - oxox love Anne-Lise :)