From Whence They Came

.

Come they did to fight,

Defend we did for nights,

Back and forth,

To and fro,

Gun fire, blood and fright,

.

An enemy they were deemed,

Evil and dangerous they seemed,

But nothing more,

Than a greedy whore,

Their wound we reamed,

.

A good and hearty effort,

they put,

But their army and their confidence,

kaput,

The French the French,

Was their name,

We sent them back,

From whence they came.

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