War Poem

This is a poem written by my Mother during WWII and I thought it would be fitting for Anzac Day.
We Will Remember Them.
They're are not dead, they cannot be
They're part of you and part of me
The Smile, the nod, the steadfast look
Could never perish at Tobruk
Nor could they fade on Bardias Sand
The cherry face the friendly band
Through seas, lands and years divide
The Anzac lives - he has not died.


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