Moving and raw poem for Remembrance Sunday that unpicks the well-known phrases “We will remember them” and “Lest we forget”, and the tension behind them for those who have experienced the effects of conflict first hand.
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"You want us to remember? We'd rather not - but how could we ever forget?"
Moving and raw poem for Remembrance Sunday that unpicks the well-known phrases "We will remember them" and "Lest we forget", and the tension behind them for those who have experienced the effects of conflict first hand.
This video is designed to be used as a feature in Remembrance Sunday services, and to be culturally accessible for many nominal church-goers who might be attending. The poem ends with the familiar words of Laurence Binyon's poem 'For the Fallen', as a tribute to all casualties of war, and could be played just before the two minute silence.
Caleb Shaw is a videographer and spoken word artist. He produces videos for churches and corporate Christian clients as well as his own short videos helping people understand the Christian faith.
Polly Standring writes, films and edits faithful, relevant and quality videos for Go Chatter, and connects with Christian content-creators and churches. She loves being a Londoner, most outdoor sports and looking after her many plants.
Tom Stubbings is a London based, creative storyteller. Being involved in the Arts for most of his life, combined with his passion for teaching, Tom’s heart is to create meaningful creative content that is both imaginative and informative, engaging and educational that speaks to both the mind and the heart.
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