It’s with a humble and most grateful heart that I’d like to share the poem LEST WE FORGET. May we collectively honour all past and present serving members and respectfully show our profound gratitude for their service and sacrifice. ❤️

I extend a warm welcome to all to visit our website, PEACE BY PIECE PUZZLES, where you can view and print LEST WE FORGET. This poem is available for free via our website. It’s a PDF file (8.5 X 11) available to download and print.

I’d be most grateful for your support in sharing this message, as we (my sister and I) are trying to distribute it far and wide. May we all unite to honour and support all those who’ve sacrificed so much for the freedoms we hold dear.

Lest We Forget


Lest We Forget - Printable Poem
Lest We Forget

Thank you for your kindness and support! ♥

Natalie Ducey

With a BA in Psychology, Natalie has worked in the Counselling field for 15 years. Through her work and personal journey, she has witnessed the remarkable power of the human spirit. Now, as an author, poet, and designer, she is passionate about stories that touch the heart and awaken the soul. Through words and art, she aspires to offer solace and hope, love and understanding.

She was born and raised in beautiful Newfoundland, Canada, with her two brothers and twin sister. She now resides in Ontario, Canada, with her husband, a soldier in the Canadian Armed Forces, and their little dog, Bella. She loves kayaking and the freedom and serenity of being one with water. She is an avid reader, passionate writer, and seeker of tranquility along life’s mystifying journey.


  1. Beautiful, Natalie! In our community the schools take the kids to the cemeteries to clean the headstones and leave a poppy in honor of the fallen soldiers. Members of the military are on hand to answer questions and bagpipes play over the field. I love the connection made between past and present and the indelible mark this will leave with these children {{hugs}}

  2. Wonderful poem, Natalie. It amazes me how often these courageous soldiers said what they do has nothing to do with courage and everything to do with simply doing what must be done.

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