In Memoria for Remembrance Day

In Memoria

Under cold November showers
Respects are paid with reddened flower
Eleventh day, eleventh hour
We shall remember them

Streets and towns as pals they went
Into the maelstrom they were sent
Hell unleased, all fury vent
We shall remember them

Left as one, then non-one left
A generation now bereft
From bravery to vanished
We shall remember them

The rain fell then that falls today
It washed the blood into the grey
The colour back in wreaths we lay
We shall remember them

The sun is up, a new age starts
A hundred years and worlds apart
They gave their all for land and heart
We shall remember them

Written by Tony Henderson a valued client with . 

A keen writer in his spare time and his works include The Leopard in a Pinstripe Suit and published poems ‘On Volkswagen’s Emission Scandal’ (The Society of classical Poets).

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