A Few Good Men

A Few Good Men

-written by Renae’ Harrison 2 December 1999

Shackling through the wilderness fields

robust and brave they be,

For our safety they come to shield

As they go marching out to sea.

The work all day, hard as heck

keeping our country free,

They control the fields, guard their decks

As they go marching out to sea.

They defend the country, a task no greater

snipers hide away in trees,

They shoot first, ask questions later

As they go marching out to sea.

The battle is won, the enemy torn

leagues of the ocean they’ve roamed,

Ribbons and metals dress up their uniforms

As they come marching all the way home.

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About satire1982

I'm a New Orleans native, US Army Veteran, and I love to write! I have a variety of interest, so I indulge in many different things. I love ALL things movies, and music. I also write poetry, and am currently working on my first book. Stay tuned! Satire
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