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Kentucky Color: I, We

Billy Joe Fudge was in Morgantown, KY, yesterday, and was one of thousands inspired by the performance of the incomparable Adair County Marching Band. The poem he wrote is accompanied by a photo by Shay Knifley.
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By Billy Joe Fudge
Retired Kentucky State District Forester

I, We
by Billy Joe Fudge
Do I think Im better?
No, I am the same as all.
Do we think we will conquer?
Well, we will soon see.

Do my muscles ache?
Yes, but I will never quit.
Do we think we will prevail?
Yes, for we will never quit.

Do I shirk and whine?
No, I must work.
Do we duck and dodge?
No, we must work.

Do I push ever forward?
Yes, I march on.
Do we face the enemy?
Yes, we march on.



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2010-10-24 - Photo by Shay Knifley. Butler Co. High School
Hayley Knifley, a member of the Adair County Marching Band at state quarterfinals in Morgantown Saturday afternoon, October 23, 2010.

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