The Man in the Chair ~ Joyce C. Lock

Remember Our Veterans

The Man in the Chair

We like our freedom
And wave our flag;
Love America,
With the good and the bad.
Just don't bother us
Or require a thing.
We're a people with rights,
What 'ere that brings.
Just watch yourself,
Come a shopping sale.
We claim best parking,
Not considering our error.
Before we forward
A Veteran's Day flair,
Consider showing thanks
To the Man in the chair.

In World War II, my father-in-law was shot out of a plane,
left for dead, and thereby lived his remaining years as a paraplegic.
This one is for him.

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