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I am sitting here in the comfort of my home thinking about Remembrance Day Remembrance Day is about remembering the men and women who risked their lives for our country and its people If you stop and think about it we wouldnt have homes or all the luxuries we have if it werent for the soldiers who fought to make our country free I cant imagine how it would feel to sleep and fight in trenches when we have nice warm comfortable homes I think the men and women would have been very scared for their families and themselves but also proud to be fighting for their country Flanders Field is a poem that was written by a doctor during the war You probably hear it every Remembrance Day because it is one of the most popular poems about this event We also wear poppies on Remembrance Day to show all of are respect for the soldiers who fought for us and never made it home I think it would be so difficult for the families of the soldiers who were at home not knowing if their husband father or son was alive or not wondering each and every day And what about the families who received the message or had someone come and tell them that their husband father or son had been killed was taking by enemies or just went missing Just listening to the people who went to war and lived tell all of their own war stories is very interesting but scary knowing that these things actually happened and will keep happening And having all the memories and experiences is amazing as well as just hearing them and trying to picture them and fell how all the soldiers must have felt In a few years all of our veterans will be gone So since they shared their stories and memories with us when they are gone we will
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