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Remembrance Day 2007
 

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    • Remembrance Day 2007 What Does it Mean to Us?
    • Remembrance Day Child
      • Written and composed by Diana Ward
      • Arranged by Willi Zwozdesky
      • Pictures created by Mrs. Moreau’s Grade 6 classs and Miss Harrison’s Grade 5 class.
    • What can I do to say “Thank you” To a time so long ago?
    • What can I do? How can I know? It seems so far from me.
    • I know that you died; so many have died.
    • Long years ago you felt the dawn, you saw the sunset glow.
    • I know that I’m just a child. How’s a child to know?
    • I have a place to sleep, my family has food to eat.
    • I can feel safe when I’m walking down the street. How can I know what it means?
    • In Flanders Fields.
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    • In Flanders Fields.
    • In Flanders Fields.
    • Where you died long years ago.
    • In Flanders Fields.
    • In Flanders Fields.
    • Where the poppies grow and mark the rows.
    • I try to understand what it is we have gained. We can be who we are,
    • We can reach for the stars, we can be anything.
    • We can follow any god; have a creed or no creed at all.
    • We can go anywhere we want, have any friends we want.
    • We can decide for ourselves the truth we want.
    • These are here for me because of you.
    • What can I do to say “Thank you?”
    • I’ll remember you.
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