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Short Memorial Day poem by AKINYINKA OMONIYI| Details |

MANDELA: LEGACY OF SACRIFICE

 UNSUPPORTED CODE 


Short Memorial Day poem by Robert Heemstra| Details |

Memorial Day

the crowds are coming
Memorial Day again
when summer begins


Short Memorial Day poem by Ann Roske| Details |

Memorial Day

<center>worn headstone
place a flag in honor
memorial day<center>


Short Memorial Day poem by Tyler Martin| Details |

Memorial Day

on Memorial Day

the flowers fill the grave yard

people reminisce


Short Memorial Day poem by Merle Manu| Details |

concerto

At the concert

Memorial day weekend

Lincoln centre

Water fountains

Love you. 


Short Memorial Day poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

MISS YOU TODAY

all the time
your on my mind
i must say
''can't forget
my eyes or wet
it was  must say 
when yo went away
I 
MISS  YOU TODAY


Short Memorial Day poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

HEAR THE BELLS

 they ring they sing

some ping

the reason

its love season

to share and to care

and the sick to get well

HEAR THE BELLS


Short Memorial Day poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

FOR JESUS STAND TALL

its not wrong

to be strong

he'll help you too

frist you must do

is be his wall

so he will not fall

FOR JESUS

STAND TALL


Short Memorial Day poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

A PRAY TO THE SKY

lord look down
people being push around
we need  your sound
lord come to this town
don't pass us by
we pray to you up high
A PRAY TO THE SKY


Short Memorial Day poem by Truth For Once| Details |

MEMORIAL DAZE

Those who fought for us,never thought to ignore us.... 



We weren't ignored,for it's the blood that was poured 



With the intent not to bend but restore us.


Short Memorial Day poem by jan oskar hansen| Details |

tanka revolution

Tanka 
Working class people 
Do not trust socialist intellectuals
Don´t get lured by them 
They are upper middle class people 
Who want to run your revolution.  
 
 


Short Memorial Day poem by Mark Malcolm| Details |

Hoist the Flag

     

                                  Hoist
                               The Flag
                             for your love 
                              In Memory
                                  Rise


Short Memorial Day poem by Gary Fields| Details |

Solitude









The unattainable

    Boundaries'

Of Solitude

    Diminishes

With the Will

   Of God'

And drifts away

   To sand...







Gary Fields

Poet/Author





From:  " The Cross "

           Xlibris Pub  Book #106627

            Rev.  (NOV2013)


Short Memorial Day poem by Ed Coet| Details |

MEMORIAL DAY POETRY VIDEO TRIBUTE (SOLDIER)

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Short Memorial Day poem by Connie Gildersleeve| Details |

Memorial Day

soldiers gave their lives-

enormous price for freedom

Gray clouds in morning







*An unofficial beginning of summer with a long weekend of BBQ's, beer and having fun, but 

we all should take a few moments and remember the real meaning of Memorial Day.


Short Memorial Day poem by Leo Larry Amadore| Details |

The You in Me

The you in me that I know
goes with me where I go --
the you that isn't you at all
comes to me when I recall
the days we spent as we grew.
I never thought, I never knew,
all that I'd have left of you
would be my thoughts of those two:
of the you in me, the me in you.


Short Memorial Day poem by Rodgers Roger Carter| Details |

Old son, Young Dad

He died forty

with strength and wit

He left a son Young and young



He died nighty 

With bones no teeth

He left a boy pale and forty



They meet in paradise

Dad still forty

Son at nighty

Dad thought it was grand pa

Son thought he was grand son

Who had died also




Short Memorial Day poem by Kim Merryman| Details |

Senryu 1

                                                       memorial day --
                                              soldiers stand at attention
                                                    a bugle plays Taps

5/27/13
For Black-eyed Susan's
1 Senryu any subject contest.


Short Memorial Day poem by Robert Heemstra| Details |

The World of War

the Yankees and Rebels did fight
sometimes for hours through day and night

the Civil War is in the past
but the hatred will always last

ignorance in all the wars
nothing will even the scores

lives are always lost
loved ones pay the cost

peace may never come
when leaders are dumb


Short Memorial Day poem by cory long| Details |

heaven- memorial day

<center> Home to brave souls, 

Entering a world of their own.

Admiration shown to those who served with pride.

Vets who died fighting for what they believed was right.

Excited to have given freedom to our land.

Nationally we gather to celebrate the lives lost and lives still here.</>





Thank you to all our vets 


Short Memorial Day poem by Ifeanyi Bob Ekechukwu| Details |

The Night Owl

Hoot! Hoot! Came the call

In silence I listened,heard

Nothing.

Suddenly, hoot! Hoot! 

Came the cry,tree 

Branches rustling,wings 

Flapping.

Seems the world was in 

Oblivion-the absolute 

Silence.

Went I to the window 

and Looked into the 

empty Darkness. As I lay 

down,I Knew somewhere 

I would Hear that sound 

again.


Short Memorial Day poem by Charles Gragg| Details |

Onward and Upward

"Onward and upward"

the good men and women were heard to say

as they drew their swords to join the fray

The enemy was vanquished and did quickly give way

And peace was preserved in a grandiose display

Now for those that gave all we kneel and pray

So they will be forever remembered on this Memorial Day

Charles Hampton Gragg

May 27, 2013

 


Short Memorial Day poem by peter Onyancha| Details |

For Chinua Achebe


The gods have eaten your cake
But we still have it
Some with dirty hands
Stalking your pages
And others virgin hands 
Talking your pages
With seething hope

Above you a shrine, a wreath of letters.
The father of stories
Where children never sleep
The auditorium where curtains never fall
The age mate of gems

The gods have eaten your cake
But we still have it


Short Memorial Day poem by Peter Thomas| Details |

Nothing to lose

Broken, Cold, Empty, Devoid of hope
These are the forgotten generation
These are the few who stood up
The young that fell for such a cause

Lost, scarred, unremembered,
These boys sent with hope of glory
Learn instead what it costs
To die a nameless death

Over they go with nothing to lose
Over they fall with nothing to lose
Over they die with nothing to lose


Short Memorial Day poem by Sara Kendrick| Details |

Memorial Day

<em>As the sun rises orange
Casting purple 'pon the clouds.
This is a day to remember
Our soldiers and be proud.

Many have gone before.
So that we can have life.
Look at their graves, too young
To even have a wife.

As the Dove coos, "Mournful."
The cock crows, "Wake up, day!"
Take just a few minutes 
And be thankful before play.</em>

Memorial Day May 27, 2013


Short Memorial Day poem by Surajit Dahal| Details |

Lovely were Those Days

I dream of lovely days,
The day I met you,
The chat we had, the love we shared
Jubilant were those ways.

The moment you called me up, 
Delicious was the tea,in my cup
Terrified were I, shocked and shiver,
Rattled with the waves of happy river.

We talked night and the day,
So much to talk, so new to know,
Sitting by the beach or the bay,
Cuddling by the chilling snow.


Short Memorial Day poem by Tessa Milne| Details |

Marine

As his body slowly dwindles 
His mind sharpens even more
But memories, they cloud his thoughts
Bringing back his time of war.
The doctors describe the causes
Brain traumas and distress
They say that itll get better
His life wont always be such a mess.
But what they dont know how to fix
What he cant explain
Is that the battle in Iraq 
was only the beginning of his pain.


Short Memorial Day poem by Matthew Anish| Details |

Walk in the Park on a Spring Day

Took a walk over to 
     the small park 
Near my home 
   Sparrows hopping on the ground 
and squirrels running by 
    Brought some books 
along with me 
 intending to relax 
   but nature drew me 
and I watched  the sparrow 
   and the squirrel 
They are alive!
I am alive !
A spring day on New York's 
   Lower East Side 
  later on - A Memorial Day banquet
Looking forward.....


Short Memorial Day poem by Katherine Stella| Details |

Prisoner Of War

                                                 prisoner of war

                                         captive combat soldier -

                                              longing for rescue

                                         















Tribute To

 P.O.W  /  M.I.A.

You Are Not Forgotten





Bring Em Home

Never Give Up Searching





 

Happy Memorial Day

Love Kathy And Jenny


Short Memorial Day poem by Eternal Victor| Details |

4 - Messenger from the Dead

Alas there is no more confusion,
finally found my last conclusion.
Expect me as if Jesus will return,
from a ghost to a realm of concern.

Your dreams are portals like doors,
welcoming spirits into hasten wars.
Leaving the thoughts without trust,
keeping your fears in much disgust.

And though you sought no consequence,
deeds that confirm a wicked malevolence.
Awaiting in your nightmare of screams,
enjoy what is left amongst your dreams.


Short Memorial Day poem by Ifeanyi Bob Ekechukwu| Details |

Your Kiss From Heaven

My heart longs to hug

and to snug

In ur warm arms.

Not to be left in darkness.

We used to snog

On the large log,

Feeling ur tenderness

And every sweetness

Of yours lips.

Your swaying hips

Astounded my senses.

There are no pedestals

Reserved in the heavens

For girl wit such outlooks.

You exist in my fantasy

Visiting in my fantasy,

For a gem I have lost.

Heaven's taken my best.

I need no other kiss

But your kiss

From heaven.


Short Memorial Day poem by Deepak Devkar| Details |

In the Dark Moon Evening

In the dark moon evening,

Your memories had come.

To show that everything

Which we had done.



I was thingking then,

Which songs would have to listen.

I was remembering then,

The gifts which I had given .



Then I remembered our third meeting .

The blue-colored dress you had worn ,

Which resembled deep your eyes crying 

Near the fully grown field of corn. 



Your eyes were showing the regret ,

That you were trying me to forget .










Short Memorial Day poem by John Posey| Details |

What Would You Have Me Do -- A Memorial Day Tribute

<center>Oh gallant sons of glory,
Whose years were so precious few --
In payment for the debt I owe,
What would you have me do?

If only I could hear,
What question would you ask?
To pay this debt of honor,
Just what would be my task?

Could your immortal spirits
Meet me face to face,
What would you have me do
To calm your resting place?

Could I breach the chasm of death
And ask you to answer true,
In payment for the lives you gave,
What would you have me do?<center>


Short Memorial Day poem by Luann Pfost| Details |

not lost , not forever

in honor of David J. Bredesen

Three days after your arrival in Vietnam you were gone
but you are not lost to us, not forever 

Your parents who grieved so stand by your side now.
together you wait for the rest of us.
and you are not lost to us, not forever

our children who never knew you are asking us about you
about what happened and why and how we felt 
as we tell of you and the family I think they feel for a moment as we did then
 and you are not lost to us or them not forever.


Short Memorial Day poem by Stephanie Weeks| Details |

Remembering 9-11

	Remember those who died for us,
Remember nine-eleven,
They left their families to save us,
They died and went to heaven.
	Remember the twin towers,
They once were there but now are gone,
Remember those who went to work,
Who never came home.
	Remember the God who gave us life,
Who can save us from death,
Remember Hell never leave our side,
In sickness and in health.
	They left their family to save us,
They died and went to Heaven,
Remember those who died for us,
Remember nine-eleven.


Short Memorial Day poem by Stephanie Weeks| Details |

Remembering 9-11

	Remember those who died for us,
Remember nine-eleven,
They left their families to save us,
They died and went to heaven.
	Remember the twin towers,
They once were there but now are gone,
Remember those who went to work,
Who never came home.
	Remember the God who gave us life,
Who can save us from death,
Remember Hell never leave our side,
In sickness and in health.
	They left their family to save us,
They died and went to Heaven,
Remember those who died for us,
Remember nine-eleven.
 


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