Daily Archive: May 24, 2020

Blood-Red Blood

Originally posted on petersironwood:
Those tortured in the name of Our Dear God, Racked, burned or sawed, bleed blood-red blood. Sailing to Freedom, they slaughter Their trusting brothers with reddish skin And all…

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Memorial day poetry- A witness to life

  A witness to life…       I left the Army in 2000. I wanted to see my kids grow-up. Good friends didn’t. Old wars didn’t effect me. I fought the quick… Continue reading

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Michigan Memorial day

A willow tree       When I am done, bury me under a willow tree. I love the willow trees, they reach for the sun and they hug the earth.   Dancing… Continue reading

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A Memorial Day Celebration

Originally posted on D.C. Gilbert:
What is Memorial Day? Memorial Day is an American holiday dedicated to honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. It became…

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Memorial Day, Every Day

Originally posted on Luna:
I’ve marched out in a driving rain. I’ve knelt on bloodied fields in pain. I’ve fought through mud up to my waist, and I’ll never forget its taste. My…

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The Sweetness of Being Apart

Originally posted on The Waves of Poetry:
The Sea Birds by Henry Ryland Rose Garlands by Henry Ryland The Captive’s Return by Henry Ryland The Love Story by Henry Ryland When birds depart…

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Spoiled

Good words to be read.

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Memorial day

My oldest and best friend.     You became my father in 1980, you were kind to me and I remember you. I lost you, death called the old soldier home. You were… Continue reading

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Angels, muses and sirens…

Angels, muses and sirens. A Story by Coyote Poetry There are good and bad death. I recommend you pick the proper one. (California 1991)   Angels, muses and sirens. Angels, muses and sirens. A… Continue reading

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