Poetry by Kathy J Parenteau
I wrote this poem many years ago when I was grieving my grandfather's death. He was a published poet and the light of my life. I saw him as that oak tree. He was always so strong and his faith never wavered. He taught me so much about life and love and family, but most of all about Christian faith. He will be forever missed but someday I will meet him in heaven and until then this will always be my tribute to Caleb Fowler, the greatest man I ever knew.
I wrote this poem after reading about a fallen soldier. I never knew him. He died serving our country. There will never be enough written about our fallen soldiers. I hope this poem reaches millions and for one moment out of your day you stop and say a silent prayer and thank God for those who have paid the price of their lives for our freedom. God bless America! Land of freedom home of the Brave!
This is a cute little poem I wrote for my children when they were young. I hope you enjoy!