Daddy's Hand

by Dan Yates

Poem


Dog Days - A Blast from the Past

by Penny Deere

Prose


Memories of a Battlefield Nurse

by Louise Eisenbrandt

Poem


Ella's Submarine

by David Ludlow

Prose


Going South

by William Greenhut

Prose


Champion

by Nila Bartley

Array


JOY AND SORROW

By Ralph Stockheker, Army

Writing Type: Poem

There was a girl named Joy
Who Jived on a distant star,
She traveled on a beam of light
She had to come so far.
There was a girl named Sorrow
Who lived on a tiny moon
She had traveled all around
Riding on a blue ba1loon.
Both were so very busy
They had no time to dance or sing
So many homes to visit,
So many bells to ring.
Everybody welcomed Joy
And wanted her to stay,
But when sorrow moved in,
Joy moved out,
It has to be that way.
So children don't you fret
And children don't you grieve,
Both Joy and Sorrow will always come
And both will always leave.

Notes: Jim Muldoon

Dog Days - A Blast from the Past

by Penny Deere

Prose


Ella's Submarine

by David Ludlow

Prose


Going South

by William Greenhut

Prose


Drifting Wood

by William Snead

Poem


We Never Learn

by John Swainston

Poem


COVID 19

by Lisa Farabelli

Poem