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Written by William Clark "KIA" HMH-463 July 28, 1968

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  • Written by William Clark "KIA" HMH-463 July 28, 1968

    A soldier's Mother worries when he goes to war.
    She wonders if he is safe and happy,
    or if she will see him any more.
    She knows he doesn't want this war,
    But she can also realize
    He's fighting for a freedom,
    This freedom is their Lives.

    I don't want this War,
    But people hear my voice;
    I'm fighting for something special,
    My Mother's right of choice.

    So if I should die in combat,
    Mother, please don't weep;
    For I would rather die protecting you
    Than die while I'm asleep.

    If God should take me unto him,
    During hate, hostility and war,
    Remember Mother I Love my country,
    But I love you ever more.

    Written by
    William Stephen Clark
    in VietNam March 1968

    Killed in VietNam July 28,1968
    Semper Fidelis

    George T. Curtis