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Turnouts Poems

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Fire call
Tones blare
Heart pounds
Prayers sent
Station bound

Turnouts on
Nomax too
Helmet, gloves
And rubber boots

That is me
Sirens sing
Engine gleams

Airpack on
Arrive on scene
Cars on fire
Patients scream

Hoses pulled
Scene assessed
Flames put out
Jaws of life spread

Patient care
EMS on scene
Life-flight inbound
Punctured spleen

Patient gone
Hospital bound
Head back home
Til next time around

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Categories: turnouts, fire,
Form: I do not know?

A moment in the life of a volunteer firefighter
As I am sitting quietly, with my family
Watching TV and enjoying the night 
Then comes the tones from my radio
Signaling something is not all right

Not knowing what the call may bring
My heart rate begins to rise
It could be a house...Read More
Categories: turnouts, fire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Voting
By Franklin Price

Voting is the best of ways
to say what's on your mind.
If you don't go to the polls,
what you have is what you find.
A government elected
not by majority, 
but by the few who turned out, 
sounds like a...Read More
Categories: turnouts, political, pollution,
Form: Rhyme
Fence: A Definition
1. A barrier intended to prevent escape 
or intrusion or to mark a boundary, 
the T-post-and-hogwire our neighbor put up 
flush against the common one-lane road – 
no shoulder, no turnouts. (If you break 
down, you’re up against the fence.)

2....Read More
Categories: turnouts, life
Form: Free verse