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“From Reveille to Taps…The Culture of an Army Child and Family” by Kimberly Anne Davis, age 14, 2 November 1997 I never live somewhere too long. I never planted a tree and watched it grow. I never know where I will be next week. I never wore hi-fashion clothes. I never became “part of the …

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Liberty Be

by Roger W Hancock (www.PoetPatriot.com), 2002 As a rose its beauty adorns, has its pricks, has it’s thorns. Life in Liberty, the freedom we see, has its trials, be forewarned. Through the air the bell rings free, cover the bell and the ding sounds dim. Regulation restricts sovereign unity, as freedom strains from lawyers’ whim. …

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