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Veterans Day Abc Poems

These Veterans Day Abc poems are examples of poetry about Veterans Day Abc. These are the best examples of Abc Veterans Day poems written by international poets.


Thola Africa
In the raging sun of summer time
The blowing wind of the winter
In the harvest time of sweet autumn
The divine feeling of the spring touch
We are...

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Categories: africa, america, anti bullying,



heart of a soldier
Look into my eyes and you will see my pain. For you its always sunny for me its always raining. I gave you my all...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, corruption, courage,

Veterans Of Our Heart
Veterans Of Our Heart

Many Men and Women for generations have joined the Military to fight for freedom of all, 
Many have been injured physically and...

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Categories: america, freedom, soldier, thank

The VA- Hell In Disguise
THE VA- HELL IN DISGUISE

Us Veterans know the deal, the rhetoric that thanks the VET for
	his/her service to the good ole US of A and...

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© Reid Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: political, psychological, veterans day,

Troubled
What did you do in the army daddy?
Did you fight in a war?
I’ve only seen a few pictures daddy,
please tell me some more.

I wore a...

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© Robin Cain  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anger, conflict, dedication, memory,

Still A Soldier
I lay here today a soldier
I know some don't understand
I will try to explain
So maybe you can

I served my country
For many a year
I retired long...

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Categories: bereavement, soldier, veterans day,

Afghan Glory
A poem by John Nesbitt © 22.11.2013 

I was eighteen years old and wanting to fight 
 I found what I looked for, in bars...

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Categories: betrayal, conflict, death of

war
i wittnessed a war just yesterday,
being the reason for much dismay,
i'm sorry for all the death and blood,
and all the soldiers in the mud,
i wish...

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Categories: death, men, pain, strength,

A Veteran
I am what others didn't want to know
I went where others feared to go.
My training in violence was nothing new,
But I did well what they...

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© Ed Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adventure, cancer, fear, veterans