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Ode to Mars

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Mars de Rubrum being martyred, circa 1735

 

 

Remember his story,

Remember his face

Do not forget the story

Of Mars the Brave

Taken too soon

Now stuck in a grave

Do not forget events

That happened that day

 

Stricken by grief

Saddened by pain

The only thing left

Is to remember his name

Wallowed through sorrow

Walked through the flames

The only thing left

Is to remember his name

 

Remember the day

The day he died

The sun was gone

And mothers’ cried

For a son was lost

A baby was dead

Smiles were gone

And tears were shed

 

Who knew it was time

Who knew it had came

Who knew Mars would

Meet his Dad that day

As sturdy as Nam

As smart as Tephes

He was killed

And war was said

 

Remember his story

Remember his face

Do not forget

Mars the Brave

Up in the Skies

Unchained as you’ll see

We miss you Mars

Now you’re finally free

 

Composed by Jahan Basrid


 

Edited by Dyl

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((You literally put a reference for Mars as Saint Sebastian, what is this? 😳

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