May 28, 2018

The Unknown Soldier

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On a hill at Arlington 21 steps echo A solitary soldier Guards that most precious

The Unknown soldier

He whose body has been returned His name known only to God His final resting place A shrine and testament

To his sacrifice

From the battlefields of WW1 To the rice patties of Vietnam Much was expected And much was given

On a hill at Arlington 21 steps echo A solitary soldier Guards that most precious

The Unknown Soldier

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