Who Am I?

by Deborah Cole

Array


America’s Daughters and Sons

by Anthony Ramirez

Poem


The Doc’s Doc

by Richard Wangard

Prose


Death's Door Knocking

by Lawrence Rahn

Poem


Passage of Solitude

by James Camera

Array


Expiration

by Lynn Norton

Poem


Crisis of Middle Age

By Norman Jones, Marines

Writing Type: Poem

By Norman L. Jones
VA Medical Center--Columbus, OH

Parents, read to your kids, help them grow,
share some soul for them to know,
and when to turn each page.
Maturity will later behold
the crisis called middle age.

Let childhood go; day by day,
measure life like a gauge.
Work your magic like a mage
to avoid the crisis of middle age.

If you have regrets for time you lost,
don’t succumb to that rage.
Be your own boss; stay far away
from the crisis of middle age.

Be kindhearted; crave peace of mind.
Love is the price we wage.
The only enemy could be time
in the crisis of middle age.

Anna and the Boys

by Larry Connelly

Poem


Sergeant Dorsey

by John Boors

Prose


Passage of Solitude

by James Camera

Array


In Memory of

by Tanya Whitney

Poem


Autumn Nights

by Tanya Whitney

Poem


Expiration

by Lynn Norton

Poem