Pearl Harbor


We were surprised,
So we improvised.
Most survived
But, Others were vaporized.

They thrive,
As long as we remember.
We wish they were alive,
That they survived that December.

We enter the war,
To give them our roar.
The giant has been awakened
And it was forsaken

The people forget,
As we beg them not to.
Forgetting is the threat
Forgetting is blue
But the color they saw that day
Was red

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