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Tell Them

Go to the wall and read the names
Go to the wall and stand
Go to the wall and shed a tear
For those that saved our land.

Stand by the wall and read the dates
Stand by the wall and cry
Stand by the wall and realise it’s now
That men and women die.

Trace your finger on a map of the world
Trace your finger on stone
Trace your finger over your heart
For we don’t fight alone

Tell them it’s not just history
Tell them of our sorrow
Tell them it’s still happening now
Sacrifice for our tomorrow

Go to the wall and wear your poppy
Go to the wall and pray
Go to the wall and shed a tear
For war won’t go away.

Tricia Lucas-Clarke
30th October 2017

The National Memorial Arboretum is a national site of remembrance at Alrewas, near Lichfield, Staffordshire,

Copyright © Tricia Lucas-Clarke | Year Posted 2017

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