Our Lonely Death

by George Nolta

Poem


This Road I Am On

by David Marchant

Poem


Just for Today

by Michele Johnson

Poem


The Nurses and Staff of My VA Hospital

by Jeffrey Saarela

Poem


Medication Blues

by Lynn Norton

Poem


Stones River

by StevenMiller Miller

Prose


911

By Martin Jonquiere, Air Force

Writing Type: Poem

By Martin Jonquiere

--Mount Vernon, WA


They came

From their homes, down they came

Selfless, from all ‘round

All ‘round, all the same


They went

Without doubt, up they went

Heroes, the righteous

Righteous, heaven sent


We bring

We come in and we bring

Faces, all over

All over, hopes cling


We weep

We walk out and we weep

Oceans, ‘round the world

Round the world, so deep


We hear

In their homes, now we hear

Voices, soft calling

Soft calling, so near.

Notes: Written on 3 Oct 2001, about 2200

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by Jack Tompkins

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by John Swainston

Poem


Thunderstorms

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