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  1. Field Of Poppies

    • By Isabelle Hammersley
    • Published: May 2020
    A Tribute To Those Who Fought And Died

    Row upon row the poppies grow,
    Each one a symbol to brave men we will never know.

    They stood before us, they stood up straight,

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  3. Memorial Day Poem

    • By Everett C. Goodwin
    • Published: May 18, 2021
    Our Fallen Soldiers

    I went to the grave of a fallen soldier
    we will never know of medals he was the holder

    Fighting in air on land and sea

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  4. Remember Them

    • By Megan L. Sprigg
    • Published: May 2017
    Remembrance Day

    We will remember them,
    The ones who stood tall,
    Who fought for their country,
    The ones who were willing to fall.

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  6. Like Father Like Son

    • By Douglas Mcguire
    • Published: December 2008
    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....

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  7. To The Vietnam War...

    • By Anna
    • Published: December 2010
    Poem About Emotions Felt Fighting A War

    Vietnam War

    Setting off to Vietnam
    Feeling proud, feeling strong...

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    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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  8. On This Memorial Day

    • By Emily Toma
    • Published: June 2014
    Short Memorial Day Poem

    Picture

    Remember those who served before.
    Remember those who are no more.
    Remember those who serve today.
    Remember them as we eat and play....

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  10. Do We Remember?

    • By Bernard Via
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About Those Who Fought In Vietnam

    In a bush, in a jungle, a man child hides
    Hoping not to die
    To his mother he cries
    Quiet and still he lies...

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  11. A Letter Home

    Truth About Fighting A War

    I left home at seventeen to fight for King and country,
    I signed up to a hero's welcome and proudly marched away,
    We departed with pride in our hearts, sure we'd be home by Christmas,
    The Hun was an easy catch, at least that's what they told us.

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  12. We Never Forget

    Brothers and Sisters at rest
    we never forget
    the gift you give
    we still receive...

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    I was looking for a Memorial Day Poem to be read at our church on Sunday. The title of this poem spoke to me and not looking at the author I clicked on it. You can't imagine the pride I...

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  13. Everyone Calls Me A Hero

    • By Katy Beal
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About Difficulty Returning Home After War

    What do I hear?
    What do I see?
    Men crying, begging.
    Bodies? Thousands....

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    I don't know anyone who has been deployed and has guilt, thinking they are a murder. Most are just doing what they need to know order to survive. There is a lot of guilt and trauma that we,...

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