At the edge of a Wiltshire town The cortege slows its pace right down.
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The six approach the hearse all black And place the hero gently in the back.
The six then turn and march away Their duty has been done this day.
Lieutenant Colonel Rob Thomson said: 'Gritty, indomitable and with a rucksack full of charm is how I will remember Sgt Valentine, one of my Fusilier heroes.'Platoon Commander Lieutenant Chris Danby added: 'He had worked tirelessly over the last four months of this difficult tour to bring the guys home safely at the end of it.
It breaks my heart that he will not be one of them.'In total, 12 soldiers were seriously injured in action last month - up from eight in June.
Entitled Repatriation, the poem is circulating among UK troops in Helmand Province and across the world after it was posted on Facebook.
It emerged today after a weekend which saw the British death toll from the conflict rise to 204 and following data showing July was the bloodiest month for injuries.
The crowd have come to say farewell, The church bell rings a low death knell.
Regimental standards are lowered down As the hero passed through the town.
Two of the latest victims killed in the conflict were named today by the Ministry of Defence as Private Richard Hunt, 21, and Sergeant Simon Valentine, 29.
Pte Hunt had been injured by a roadside bomb in Helmand last Thursday and flown home for treatment at Britain's leading military hospital in Birmingham.
His widow Gemma, with whom he had two daughters Chantelle and Niamh, said today: 'Simon, above all else, was a truly loved father, son, husband and friend.