A Prayer for Luck

March 17, 2010 at 11:39 am 1 comment

If you think you can’t,
You really must
In God and our soldiers,
Please keep our trust.
To keep us safe,
Day and night,
To stand in front
And faithfully fight.
In the name of freedom
And even love,
I pray for grace
From the stars above.
That soon one day,
We can live in peace,
When fears
World wars will cease.
With hope shining
From our eyes,
I ask for gifts
With the bright sunrise.
May luck and joy be
With all who know
That what you reap,
Is what you sow.

Written by a loyal Supporter to America’s  Disabled Veteran

I found this poem and found the meaning what I feel. Hope  you enjoy it. This country was based on freedom of religion and education. We,as Americans, have to attain this  knowledge for a better life.


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  • 1. gilp8139  |  April 1, 2010 at 3:12 pm

    I liked this poem because the veteran that wrote it was telling us that we need to trust them that they will try to get there job done. It made me feel that I could trust this person and all the soilders.


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