The Price That They Paid - A Veterans Memorial Poem By S
The soldiers battled with all of their might
They fought for their country, wrong or right
They fought through one of the worst of hells
When they strove to take Hamburger Hill
All of ten times, some had gone
Watching young men perish while they soldiered on
Worn and exhausted with spirit threadbare
Those of their country did not care
They had no pity nor time to feel
For those who gave their lives at Hamburger Hill
So many hills and trails fought for, their memories lost
Mens names on memorial walls at such a cost
To be put down by their own country
The country they fought so valiantly to keep free
I wonder if the soldiers who came back to America could tell
That they even left Hamburger Hell...
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