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Date Posted: Tue, January 22 2013, 11:00:00
Author: Kolby
Author Host/IP: pool-108-34-144-82.prvdri.fios.verizon.net /
Subject: Reply to Guardian of honor the night before christmas

The poetry used by the author made me feel the same as Santa did when he saw the veteran alone in his house asleep on the floor. The mood of the pome was very dark and depressing I pictured the house cartoonish it was colored with only black and shades of blue, the Veteran in a ball on the floor with a dark green tinted poncho over him trying to keep warm. The author goes from talking about the solider to talking about kids and families on Christmas day. Sadness to Happiness in just one stanza. The solider says to Santa “Santa don’t cry I don’t ask for more my life is my god, my country, my Corps.” These solider fought Americas enemies keeping us safe and he gets no thank you. But to him it’s ok. This veteran and all veterans deserve thanks and appreation for doing what they do without hesitation and for asking for nothing in return. I would like o say thank you to all who served, are serving, and will serve

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