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  1. Chained Together By Fate

    • By Kayleigh Q
    • Published: September 2015
    Poem About The Links We Create

    Links
    Bonded together
    Never broken
    Rusted, yes

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  3. To Our Veterans

    • By Kellie
    • Published: August 2012

    The night slowly creeping in
    The American Flag waving high
    The shots still ringing out
    The stampede still pushing on...

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  4. I Wonder If My Daddy Misses Me

    • By Cathy Queisser
    • Published: October 2009

    I wonder if my daddy misses me like I miss him!
    I wonder if he's coming home, and if so . . . when?

    I wonder if my daddy remembers how I look!...

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  6. Over To Iraq

    • By Holly K. Thorn
    • Published: February 2006

    Over to Iraq he goes.
    Over to the war of life or death.
    He leaves his family in pain.
    And in hope of a safe return....

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  7. I Love You So Much

    • By Shona
    • Published: February 2011

    Dad,
    Are you coming back?
    You have been gone a long time.
    I got a letter today that says I'm going to care,...

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  8. The Horror

    • By Querida Schooner
    • Published: January 2008
    World War Two Poem

    The horror,
    The gas,
    the death.
    The taps,...

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  10. Soldier Boy

    • By Neil Smith
    • Published: August 2017
    Gratitude To Those Fighting For Their Country

    Soldier boy, I see that you're hurting in disguise,
    Showing no pain, but I see it in your eyes.
    I know the pain that runs deep, and you feel it every day.
    I see the fear in your eyes that never goes away.

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