The author and raconteur called this poem “Remember”. He says: “I Can’t stress enough how proud I am to call myself British and how important I think it is to pay our respects to those who’ve served our great Kingdom.
“The Royal British Legion do champion work so help them out however ya can, volunteer or donate! I’m out collecting for em on Leeds Poppy Day so get this shared and let’s get me bucket filled up with brass!”
Non-Brit viewers may may able to note a rather different accent from the usual BBC English that they may know from TV and politicians. Yorkshire, England’s largest country, is in the north east of England, and its distinctive accent is proudly maintained by its inhabitants (outside of the areas where they all sound like they’re from Pakistan!)