Thu, April 24th, 2014
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We all fought side by side

Even with, the turning tide

 We laughed, we cried, we tried, and tried

Yet it does not matter, some of us died

Together we trained 

Together we fought

 In the end we are brothers, no matter what race

Even when death stared us in the face

When we lost one, another came

But yet our family was never the same

We would rather their shoes remain unfilled

Than to gain another who replaced those killed

The war is over, but our bonds remain

Our brothers deaths were not in vain

We are family

 And we are brothers