In Their Steps (Poem)

Neal Pollard They fought a fight of sacrifice On land, by air, and sea Privation, starvation, an awful price To guard our liberty Some were cut down in prime of life Others came home with scars They faced great fears and perilous strife For country, for stars and bars We owe a debt of gratitude … Continue reading In Their Steps (Poem)

THE LITTLE GRAVES THAT HAVE NO NAME

Neal Pollard Lance Corporal Francis Ledwidge, a 26-year-old Irish soldier, was one of 10 million people killed in World War I.He died July 31, 1917, in Belgium. He was a poet, and he wrote the following before the war: And now I'm drinking wine in France, the helpless child of circumstance. Tomorrow will be loud … Continue reading THE LITTLE GRAVES THAT HAVE NO NAME