Not a Hero
By lify, Updated
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After ANZAC Day March, a older digger sat in a park bench. A young man approached and politely asked.
"Do you mind if I ask why did you wear the medals and did you get them through the war for being a hero?"
The old digger mover over and beckoned him to sit. He talked him in solemn tone. He told him that the old digger worn the medals to show respectful on ANZAC Day. Then he asked him to stand and placed the medals in his hand.
I was not a hero. But I served many heroes that never came home.
The young boy was speechless. The old digger left him and wave goodbye. At that time, a lonely boy sat and cries when the old digger told him of heroes. He never saw him again ever. However, he still remember with pride what he said.
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