Letter: Stop and think of those we lost on Remembrance Day

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Lee Miller writes to remind us about the importance of Remebrance Day.

Lay down the guns and stop bullets flying

One hundred years ago the gunshots stopped.

The end of World War One.

This year we will remember them for what they gave us and their sacrifice in the trenches and in the skies.

We will remember them and lay down poppies to remember the dead.

They did not die in vain, so when November 11 comes, stop and think of friends and family that have been lost in war.

Lay down those guns and stop the bullets flying.

Too many souls lost in war.

Let their be life and peace in the world, not war.

Lee Miller, by email