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The Letter That Never Reached Home 1st Just after the frey Where brave Soldiers lay Upon the field their comrads came to carry them away They picked up a note some poor fellow wrote They read it with a gilded sigh Twas a soldiers Last Good Bye Cho. Just an old fashioned letter That Lay on the ground It came from a soldiers boys heart Before he ever could send it He had to end it I love you was all he could say It was found without address
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not even a name So his message will never reach home Only God in his light knows who's waighting tonight For the letter that never reached Home
From the service of Corporal Clyde Chilson, Battery B., 129th F.A., 35th Division, A.E.F.
World War I
Death & burial