562. At the wharf

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(It is 100 years today since the battle of Gallipoli. Today Australia and New Zealand remember their war dead – ANZAC Day).

When Jamie’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Ronald’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When John’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Maurice’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Matthew’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Philip’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Richard’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Felix’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Irwin’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Denis’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Stanley’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Gavin’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When George’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When David’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Edmund’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Wallace’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Robert’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Cameron’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Donald’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
When Harvey’s mother waved goodbye, she knew.
They were never coming back.

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