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  1. 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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  3. Vitctims Of Society

    • By Rafay Muhammad
    • Published: December 2011

    Dawn breaks on yet another day
    but the light is nowhere to be found
    on this sky murky and gray
    hope seems lost on this battle ground...

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  4. 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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  6. 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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  7. The Horror

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

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

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  8. Finding Peace

    • By John Baumgartner
    • Published: October 2016
    The Effects Of PTSD

    Turmoil covers my eyes and my heart.
    It never leaves me in day or dark.
    Combat changed me to this way.
    Hate and death seem to be with me to stay.

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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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