A Hundred Years Gone By
The year is 1918, At last the carnage has ended Slaughtering of men for peace Was now defended
For four long years men fought, were wounded or died. Then at last, the price of peace was made with pride.
Now a hundred years has passed And still we remember That wondrous day, 11th November Alas, though peace came at that thankful time It didn’t last and life often wasn’t fine.
Throughout the world there was and still is strife People are still getting killed or maimed for life. Why can’t people live together In friendship and peace So that all worldwide strife can cease?
But we must all remember and honour Remembrance Day And try to live life happily in every way