As we remember James Foley; For his service to kin and Country, I celebrate his great courage; To give voice to the human soul, He stepped behind barriers of suffering and death; That he might open our eyes to the evil in our own hearts, But alas! His work was completed;... For before our eyes his epilogue was enacted, And like a brave knight; He bowed to kiss the hand of his maker seated up high, But the hand of tyranny; Would that his brow should touch the ground in treachery, But that he should deny his beloved Country; The brunt of tyranny's wrath he chose to defy, And in posture fit only for royalty; We beheld him begin his sojourn to our great forbearers destiny; In great adornment of bold defiance, of cowardly tyranny's dark veil, And so I shout your acclaim; For in death your give me reason to hope in Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness
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