Then we marched, a thousand plus two. To adventure they chanted “we so few”. The cheers and chants adorned the street. With smiles aplenty wherever they meet. We adorned the flags; the familiar blue. The boots shined bright, all through sunned view. As the summer light gave her welcoming hue. Then we marched, a thousand plus two.
Upon charred ash, they welcomed spring dew. Only shadows watched, they ran away from our flu. Their voices, whispered in angered codes. Their hopes wrapped blue, upon the roads. Our eyes a sign of the bills accrued. As the reaper gave the welcoming cue, then we marched, a thousand plus two.