Original Black Out Poem

Combined Poem
As I was leaving I replied Beautiful place America
so noble, hallowed reverently
seems cause for faith

The unbelievers will say
I am sorry, some will try to downgrade
even mock and ridicule.
But They mold the nation
They make you strong
They teach you to be unbending
not to seek the path of comfort

The American citizen
needs no eulogy.
He has written his own history
written in red on his enemy's breast.
He belongs to the present
from one end of the world
to the other
decisive victory--always victory
through their last reverberating shot

Duty, Honor, Country
The Greatest of things