Saturday, May 25, 2013

Remembering Drummer Lee Rigby: A Memorial Poem For a Brother in Arms

A solemn nod to our faithful Minicapt, for sending this along. May you RIP, brave Drummer Rigby.


OldAFSarge said...

Speechless here. Couldn't talk for the tears anyway.

Grumpy said...

For the Memorial Poem, I had no words for the British Drummer, Lee Rigby. If they were there, I couldn't them. Today is Sunday, I find out that British MI-5 knew this butcher and tried to recruit him. Now my vocabulary is fully functional. Susan is a gracious lady and my vocabulary is not suitable for her. There is one acronym that is right on the tip of my tongue. But Susan is and has always been a gracious lady.

Therefore, in closing, I agree with the the consummate Gentlemen, Sarge, "Speechless here. Couldn't talk for the tears anyway."

Susan Katz Keating said...

You guys are the greatest... I am so honored to know you.

Ian Yates said...

This poem, title 'Woolwich Shines', is now available on Amazon as a small book of poems with proceeds going to forces charities and the RIP Lee Rigby Just Giving charity page. It only cost about £2.00.
Just search for 'Woolwich Shines' on Amazon.

Susan Katz Keating said...

Ian, thank you so much for this info. Blessings on you for doing this, and may God keep Drummer Rigby close and safe.