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Veterans/Remembrance Day 2016 - Remembering

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Veterans/Remembrance Day 2016 - Remembering

Post by felicity on 11/11/2016, 10:43 am

Veterans/Remembrance Day 2016 - Remembering

Today is a day of remembering. I included Pete Seeger's song - "Where Have All the Flowers Gone", a song that I remember from the 60's. For a biography of Pete Seeger - http://www.biography.com/people/pete-seeger-9542618.

This song, moved the hearts of a world - and, brings tears to my eyes as I listen to it today. Pete Seeger was one example of a man who never stopped fighting for what was right.

I remember the 60's - a time when we all knew things could get better, a time of hope and sorrow for those whom we lost, a time when freedom of speech was practiced, a time of change, a time when songs like this really meant something.

Today, I hear this song - and, I can 'feel' and know only the sorrow in my heart, the loss that is no longer measurable, a time to mourn, remember, and honor those who have given their lives in the pursuit of freedom and equality for all. Mostly, a time when tomorrow, we start anew.




     

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Re: Veterans/Remembrance Day 2016 - Remembering

Post by islandgirl on 11/11/2016, 2:46 pm

Beautiful song, Felicity.

I've been reading Flanders Field today. Very moving, also.
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Re: Veterans/Remembrance Day 2016 - Remembering

Post by krathyn on 11/11/2016, 6:49 pm

if we are American or Canadian or from anywhere else, we bury our dead soldiers and the flowers grow over the graves.
children pick the flowers and then they grow up and marry, and then there is a new war and the cycle starts anew
i have always loved that song "where have all the flowers gone" never knew who wrote it.
thought  it was just a public domain folk song.
i am old enough to see  several wars come and go, and it is not done yet.



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