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The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier I. sacred tomb! O marble white! darkened walls — as dark as night! God of war! O God of Breath! Messenger of Life and Death. Tell to us Thy secret there. " An urn of ashes, dust; Beware! " A place of rest from war and Hell, Where ashes of the unknown dwell " ' Tis the Dust of an Unknown Soldier That cannon scatter and spread When fired by the half-nude gunner To honor the Unknown dead. " II. For the dust of an unknown lad Once smiling and brave and bold, Go to the prayers of an Unknown dad The heart and tears of a Mother, old. The first in the land and the last Stand at the foot of thy tomb. But the first in the land and the last Have slain the babe from the womb; And this cruel and peaceless world Goes on in a crude, uncanny whirl, Darkening the womb of mothers .... With dark, warm blood of brothers. III. Warring and warring and warring . . . With never a thoug ' ht for peace. Killing and killing and killing . . . Humanity, piece by piece. Fighting and cursing and crying . . . Sneering and living and dying . . . Stealing and cheering and lying And honoring the grave of the dead — Decking, with flowers, the Unknown dead. IV. Presidents and generals and buck privates too . . . Both sailors and soldiers pass in review. Marching and marching to the beat of the drum . . Struggling and bogging in the mud and the scum. All these pass by the Unknown tomb Marching and marching to the boom, boom, boom. V. Ye hypocrites, scallow-wags, bummers and drones! Ye can ' t bring him back or heal up his wounds. Leave him alone . . . stand off a piece . . . He fought and he died like a man . . . His purpose is won . . . he ' s living in peace . . . He ' s living anew in a far-off Land. — Julian Bemis ' 28.
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