Gratitude To The Warriors

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  Do not call me a hero
And expect me to believe it deep
When I come back home
After the horrors of War
On another shore
And I haven’t a place to sleep
Not a house
A job
Nor a bite to eat
My broken body
And mind
Reveals this as deceit
So you can go ahead and
Send another
Later on
To replicate the feat
Save your corporate slogans
Exceptional glories
And commercializing
Of my limbs incomplete
This must cease
Advocate for Veterans
Needs in education jobs and homes
But most of all
Strive for peace

Published by The Appeal to Safety LLC

I am the owner of The Appeal To Safety. The Appeal to Safety is a Construction Safety Management/ Safety Consulting business. We provide Site Safety Managers/ Site Safety Coordinators/ Concrete Safety Managers/ Construction Site Fire Safety Managers for prospective NYC Construction companies that are well-versed in NYC Dept. of Buildings, FDNY, CDC, DOT and other relevant government agency codes and regulations/ safety standards. We also can provide EHS Construction Safety Managers for Heavy Civil Construction projects based in New York City and vicinity. We have a vast database of Licensed Safety Managers that we utilize to find Outstanding Safety Manager Candidates for our clients. Please contact for any and all of your Construction Safety needs! Together we will make The Appeal to Safety! Enjoy my original poetry with curated music videos! Have a great day!

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