Jack Buck — For America
“Since this nation was founded under God more than 200 years ago, we’ve been the bastion of Freedom, the light which keeps the free world aglow.
We do not covet the possessions of others; we are blessed with the bounty we share. We have rushed to help other Nations; anything … anytime … anywhere.
War is just not our nature We won’t start, but we will end the fight. If we are involved, We shall be resolved To protect what we know is Right.
We’ve been challenged by a cowardly foe, Who strikes and then hides from our view. With one voice we say, ‘We have no choice today, There is only one thing to do.’
Everyone is saying the same thing and praying, That we end these senseless moments we are living. As our fathers did before, We shall win this unwanted war, And our children will enjoy the future we’ll be giving.”
I want to do this speech because it sound interesting, and I think it would be more fun, when it has to do with my country. Also, because this has to do with 9/11, I think I could deliver it well and with great intensity. Also I want to this poem because I have never done a poem before for WW Fenn, so I think it will be interesting.