MIA--Missing in America

by Matthew Davison

Poem


Faces of the Homeless 3

by Ty Andrews

Drawing


Endeavor

by Penny Deere

Art


A Tear

by Dan Yates

Poem


A Red Alert

by Williams Kurrle

Poem


Champion

by Nila Bartley

Array


THE AMERICAN PASTIME: BASEBALL

By John O'Neil, Army

Writing Type: Poem

The sport of baseball has commenced;
Frantic fans have bought their seats.
The park is filled to capacity;
The players adjust their cleats.
The National Anthem is sung with gustoThousands
of fans stand in a row.
The umpire then shouts, ""Play Ball!""
To get the game to go.
Some fans have favorite players;
They carry names on cards to tell.
However, it takes nine innings
To prove the players did that well.
When the game is over,
And their team has got a win,
It's hard not to realize,
It was those fans who had the grin.

My Death Defying Life as a Soldier

by Dr. R. Douglas Iliff

Prose


Remote Control

by Lynn Norton

Poem


Endeavor

by Penny Deere

Art


Light the Way

by Michelle Pond

Photograph


Memories of a Battlefield Nurse

by Louise Eisenbrandt

Poem


Going South

by William Greenhut

Prose