There's more to the story,
than what just appears.
A war written story,
from blood and from tears.
Memorial Day Poems
Poems for Memorial Day
Memorial Day has come to mean the beginning of summer, a time for picnics and barbecues, and a holiday to gather around the family. That happiness and freedom, however, is a product of the real cause for the holiday: the sacrifice made by men and women who have fought and died for the freedoms and liberties Americans hold dear. Memorial Day is a time to remember that the American way of life is not cheap but rather has been purchased by the lives and blood of so many who have sacrificed for us to live free and happily now.
Patriotic Poems for Memorial Day
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Poem About How War Changes Someone
There's more to the story,Featured Shared Story
Definitely it has touched my heart. Not mine, but on each reader's minds, this poem has created a very emotional ache. It is about freedom, fight, love and pain. And this poem describes...
Analysis of Form and Technique
Remember the time you lent me your car and I dented it?
I thought you'd kill me...
But you didn't.
Featured Shared Story
The expecting of a loved one to come home, to come out of their bedroom, to come and have coffee with you, to call you, to text you, to walk in the forest with you like all the other times,...
Poem About Those Fighting For Freedom
Somewhere out there today,
In a land far, far away,
A soldier rides patrol,
Knowing not what may unfold.Featured Shared Story
I just wanted to say that this poem definitely fits the occasion! May we never forget the past or the fallen, yet learn from them instead!
Poem About Father And Son Serving Country
Tyler James was just a baby when his daddy died in Nam.
He was raised by a sister and a hard working mom.
He was raised to love his country, and every time he saw the flag.
He thought of his father, and how he gave all that he had....
Poem About Emotions Felt Fighting A War
Setting off to Vietnam
Feeling proud, feeling strong...Featured Shared Story
I was totally moved by this poem.....I married August 28, 1966 and my 1st husband of 4 months left for Vietnam December 26, 1966 which was my last time I saw him. I became a widow on...
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