Your folks and mine

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O. Ulbrich, 1913 - 160 pages
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Page 63 - ... hissing shell, no boom of hostile gun, But only peace, the peace your victory won. FALL IN! Form slowly now, and not as once you did When war's alarms beset you and forbid The lagging step ! But let the drum beat slow, With less of vim than in the Long Ago ; For sturdy limbs, that bore you through the fray, Are tremulous with weight of years today.
Page 159 - An' him with his hands crossed — thataway — An' the Old Flag wrapped around. They laid him away in the orchard; that 's mebbe the reason why I like to set in the gloamin
Page 159 - m glad that we don't remember the battle an' wound an' pain, But only the grave in the orchard grass That waves in the blossom rain. "We laid him away in the orchard...
Page 64 - Here!" BREAK RANKS! You go from us, and vanish one by one, Your faith kept true and all your service done! And as you go to take your honored posts With comrades There of grey and blue-clad hosts, You take our love and trust that ever will God's blessing rest upon you!
Page 160 - ... picture him a-sleepin' in the orchard there, the sound Of drums an' bugles an' war fergot, An

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