As sniper Beardsley was good at his work

by William Arthur

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Our Last Night in Xuan Loc

by William Howard

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Zipline

by donna zephrine

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Thank You America

by david staffa

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Life Was Simpler When I Carried a Duffel Bag

by George Kulas

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Requiem for a Tet Survivor

by La Decker

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GOOD-BYE FOREVER TO MISS COCAINE

By Thaerius Berry, Army

Writing Type: Poem

This letter is to say good-bye. I've made up my mind
that I don't need you in my life any more.
Things I see in stores that I want to buy
and places I want to go, I can't,
because you take all of my money.
I'm tired of being broke and wearing dirty clothes
because I can't afford to wash them,
and going hungry because I can't buy food.
I've been introduced to a Higher Power
that gives me hope, joy, inspiration
and teaches me how to be honest with myself.
I will not miss you, Miss Cocaine,
because I've also found something
to keep me busy to fill that void.
With me working with my Higher Power,
I will never need you in my life ever again.
Good-bye forever ... I'm in recovery.

Notes: Sharon Stine

Hartford, CT. Great Circus Fire

by George Arnold

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As sniper Beardsley was good at his work

by William Arthur

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The Hand of God in Vietnam

by Max Riekse

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Zipline

by donna zephrine

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Thank You America

by david staffa

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Tonight's Patrol

by Justin Stone

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