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  1. Freedom's Destination

    Some foreign country,
    Some funny name.
    After awhile,
    They all look the same....

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  3. Just Another Army Wife's Poem

    • By Heather M. Hughes
    • Published: February 2006


    Another day, another time, nothing left to do but cry!
    I am just considered another Army Wife that misses her husband for no special reason.
    Maybe it is the knowing he will not be home with our family for the upcoming holiday season....

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  4. There Is No Such Thing As A Happy Ending

    • By Julia
    • Published: November 2008

    where red poppies lay,
    bodies decay.
    people pray,
    for their loved ones passed away....

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  6. A Soldier's Diary

    Home Sweet Home
    I miss you when I am away
    Dad, Sis, Mom
    I miss you when I am alone ...

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    my best friends brother is in the army and she gets really upset about it sometimes and me being the person I am to her and her family I try to reassure her that everything will be alright...

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  7. My Brother At War

    • By Virginia Thom
    • Published: February 2006

    I am so very proud
    Of how he turned out to be
    He is out there standing his ground
    Fighting for our country...

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    I found out recently that one of my brothers had joined the Army as soon as he left school. I am so very proud of him but it has made trying to contact him to express this more than difficult...

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  8. Fade To Light

    A Wounded Soldier

    Today is another day of patrols
    These days all seem the same
    That is unless we see action
    Unaware that would be today

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  10. The Western Front

    • By Jake Cooper
    • Published: February 2010

    At the Western Front where we defend
    Among the dead bodies of foe and of friend
    The guns and their bullets fire evermore
    That is the sound of the Great World War...

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  11. Because Of The War

    • By Nikki
    • Published: May 2015
    Poem Sharing Difficulties Faced By Military Families

    I had a man long before the war,
    Now I sit crying on the floor.

    And yes, we still talk every day,

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  12. While You Were Gone

    • By Vanessa M. Gutierrez
    • Published: February 2006

    While you were gone, I sat around and was not sure of what to do.
    You were my life, my soul and with you, here I had control.
    I never thought that I would be left on my own.
    Even though, I know it's not long before you return home....

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  13. My Dad

    • By Saundra R. Hays
    • Published: February 2006

    My dad is my hero.
    He is the one I look up to.
    No matter what he does, he does no wrong.
    Now he is leaving to Iraq for a year and a half.

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    This poem was graciously written by a beautiful child of a father who is courageous in serving our country. The poem was beautiful, and I pray that the father is safe, and will return home,...

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