Jodi M. Kucera

Jodi M. Kucera

About Jodi M. Kucera

I have always enjoyed writing poetry but didn’t have a lot of time to write while my kids were little. I have a little more time now and it has become an outlet for me.

    Poems by Jodi M. Kucera

  • Final Salute

    • Published: May 29, 2022
    A Military Funeral

    in Memorial Day Poems

    The honor guard stands sentinel and stiff-backed.
    Their tears silently fall, for their brotherhood was forged in combat.

    One of their own will be laid to rest,

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  • The Valley

    • Published: March 27, 2022
    The Lord Is With Us In The Valley

    in Religious Poems

    I'm frightened by the enormity of the mountains that surround me,
    Blinded by the darkness of troubles of which the end I cannot see.

    I'm drowning in worry and my soul is weary,

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  • Warrior Girl

    • Published: March 15, 2022
    Finding Your Strength In The Struggles

    in Courage Poems

    A match was struck that ignited the flame.
    Now ashes and rubble are all that remain.

    Defeated, she's left standing alone,

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  • The Voice

    • Published: March 14, 2022
    The Voice Of Freedom

    in War Poems

    A young boy playing games of war,
    His imaginings filled with innocence, unaware of reality's horror.

    He heard a voice filled with cadences being sung like hymns,

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  • Became

    • Published: September 7, 2021
    School Age Kids And Suicide

    in STOP Suicide Poems

    He was the geeky kid, carrying all of his books,
    That became a scientist who found the cure for the disease that overtook.

    She was the quiet one, who was afraid no one would listen to what she had to say,

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Stories

  • Jodi M. Kucera, Colorado
  • 1 year ago

Oh Jivana, I'm so sorry. In the times of wondering what he'd say or the longing of his embrace, hold onto those memories you have of him because no one can take those away from you. My heart goes out to you.

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  • Jodi M. Kucera, Colorado
  • 1 year ago

I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. I know grief but not the grief of losing a child. I can't imagine all you have gone through and continue to go through as I'm sure you think of your precious girl daily. Hugs and prayers.

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