Who am I?

Who am I?

A Poem by T.H. Dalton

I have many faces of many colors.

Under one flag we march.


I claim greatness on the land, in the air, on the waters.

When I march in others homelands I am loved, hated and saluted.


Many have fought under our colors, many have died under our colors.

We will march on for as long as time moves on.


We will bleed but we will succeed.

If attacked, I will react,


We won't bend, we won't brake,

for we will march on for as long as time moves on.


For we are America.

© 2014 T.H. Dalton


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