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An America Hero

Alone and far removed from earthly care
The noble ruins of men lie buried here.
You were strong men, good men,
Endowed with youth and much the will to live.
I hear no protest from the mute lips of the dead,
They rest; there is no more to give,
So long my comrades,
Sleep ye where you fell upon the field
But tread softly please
March o'er my heart with ease
March on and on,
But to God alone we kneel.

by Audie Murphy
the most decorated Soldier
in American History

Submitted 7 November 2006
© the Audie Murphy Estate
- All Rights Reserved

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