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Whose Land?
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Jubilation was heard throughout the land
World War II had ended, strike up the band
The conflict was fierce and lasted for years
Victory was won can't you hear the cheers

Sixty years has slipped by since Victory Day
Many of those veterans have already passed away
Since the end of the war the world has changed so much
Where are all those people who used to go to church

Church doors were left open during the war
People entered to pray through the unlocked door
Prayers were heard and answered on VE day
For Victory in Japan the folks continued to pray

Finally the conflict ended and there was peace
The rumble of bombs and noise of gunfire did cease
In the Bible the Lord speaks of times of peace and war
Victory was won and World War II was no more

Copyright 2005 Irvin L. Rozier

About the Author

author of My Walk with the Lord, www.selahbooks.com, various other poems and articles (do a google search on my name), preacher, retired US Army


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