A hero just as anyone, he refused to carry a gun,
They called of him a coward, a warrior he stood tall.
Of his country he did believe, they did not care about his beliefs,
Daws the coward was his name, world war two, death is true.
Hero without a gun, a man who did as much as anyone,
He was strong as they thought he did not belong, without a gun,
He stayed behind, physically and mentally a man who gave it his all.
Afraid just as any man, never a coward, strong as anyone fore he had no gun,
He walked, he ran through the war without a weapon to call his own,
A hero for sure, coward, a word never breathed in a lifetime no more.