Memorial Day Poems: Unlearned Lesson

howard zinn

Unlearned Lesson

Memorial Day
Of every year
The little valiant
Flags appear
On every fallen
Soldier’s grave–
Symbol of what
Each died to save.
And we who see
And still have breath–
Are we no wiser
For their death?

~Dorothy Brown Thompson~  

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