Trust Your Maker

by Anthony Kambeitz

Poem


Yonder Comes Your Man

by Anthony Kambeitz

Poem


I Can't Breathe

by CJ Reeves

Poem


Flight

by Richard Wangard

Poem


Retreat

by Demetrius Kastrenakes

Poem


Highway of Death

by kimberly green

Poem


Reflections

By Jay Massey, Marines

Writing Type: Poem

By Jay B. Massey

VA Medical Center--West Palm Beach, FL

 

As my age approached my eighteenth year,

so young and carefree,

the things I said and did back then

didn't mean that much to me.

I remember high school days and the senior prom,

hadn't thought of Cambodia much less Vietnam.

I was young in a reckless way,

still wet behind the ears.

How could I know the ghosts unleashed

would follow me for years?

For years the water flows

beneath the endless bridge of time.

I am now plagued by morality;

was killing then a crime?

I guess we all are victims now,

as I'm sure that you can see,

'cause I was once a part of it.

Now it's a part of me.


Author's Note: Writing Aide and Typist: Kathy Romeo

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by Williiams Kurrle

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A Hero's Hero

by Anthony Cocozza

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Dolly

by Robert Valonis

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Listen to the Wind

by Anthony Phillips

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The Ocean's Reflection in Me

by Anthony Phillips

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Conscience

by Robert Valonis

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