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by Anthony Cocozza

Poem


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by Anthony Phillips

Poem


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by Anthony Phillips

Poem


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by Kellie Daniels

Poem


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by William Hull

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Highway of Death

By kimberly green, Air Force

Writing Type: Poem

By Kimberly Green

--Fort Smith, AR


Do you remember me

when I was young

and disease free?


When I could run

without breaking a sweat?

When "stand and deliver"

was a walking threat?


Do you remember

the death scenes,

burned bodies, cars and trucks,

when Saddam Hussein ran out of luck?


White flags flying in the air,

dug in the sand

by Iraqi soldiers,

hands in the air.


Republican Guard,

with betrayed foresight,

watched as American and allied forces

destroyed their fight.


Never to forget,

just like the 'Nam vets

who were also exposed

to toxic elements.























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