Jessica Lynch Update...

Posted by Dan on Jun 17, 2003 @ 9:25 PM

Jessica Lynch, the most famous soldier of the war, remains in a private room at the end of a hall on an upper floor of Walter Reed Army Medical Center, her door guarded by a military police officer.

To repair the fractures, a spinal injury and other injuries suffered during her ordeal, the 20-year-old private first class undergoes a daily round of physical therapy. But she does so alone, during the lunch hours, when other patients are not admitted.

Categories: Media/Politics

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  • AMERICA'S HERO

    I'M A SOLDIER TOO.
    WAS THE WORDS,
    THAT CAME OUT OF HER MOUTH,
    THE LITTLE GIRL,
    WITH EYES OF HEAVENLY BLUE

    JUST A KID HERSELF,
    DOING A JOB OF A MAN,
    RISE UP AMERICA,
    AND GIVE THIS GIRL A HAND.

    HER BROKEN BONES WILL HEAL,
    BUT HER BROKEN HEART WILL REMAIN,
    HER BEST FRIEND DIED BY HER SIDE,
    IN HER HEART SHE WILL ALWAYS HAVE PAIN,

    SHE DIDNT CLAIM TO BE A HERO,
    BUT TO ME SHE WILL ALWAYS BE ,
    SHE WAS DOING THE JOB OF A MAN,
    AND THAT'S A HERO TO ME.

    IT'S TIME TO LET HER LIVE HER LIFE,
    AND ENJOY HER WEDDING DAY,
    BUT DON'T FORGET TO SALUTE THE FLAG,
    AND REMEMBER JESSICA LYNCH ON VETERANS DAY.

    CLEO FLENER

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