Sketch by Jack Chalker

Military Women WWII

Military Women WWII

by

Win Rainer

17/05/04

 

Not many of us are around today

 A time that has gone, where the war lay,

Frightening times a duty to do

 From a protected life, to something new,

 Discipline was the base, kept us in line

 Gunfire and diving planes their shrieking whine,

 No let up each day and night the same

 The determination was strong still to remain,

 Men and guns a battle never ending be

 A mighty effort to keep this country free,

 One found an unusual closeness, hard to define

 Something to revere through passage of time,

 A gunsite hardly the place but still remain

 A time in my time, never to be the same.

 

 

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