Choose Search Type
Search
 
 

Display results as :
 


Rechercher Advanced Search

Latest topics
» "Prayer Man" on the Education Forum
Today at 2:46 pm by Stan Dane

» First to Second
Today at 2:37 pm by Stan Dane

» Carolyn Arnold
Today at 1:17 pm by Ed. Ledoux

» Dillard Dillema
Today at 12:55 pm by Ed. Ledoux

» The 488 Military Intelligence Detachment (for Steve T)
Today at 8:43 am by Steve Thomas

» Mr White T-Shirt
Today at 8:19 am by Paul Francisco Paso

» connection between chico carpark and odio incidents?
Today at 5:38 am by Hasan Yusuf

» September, October, November
Yesterday at 9:59 pm by Jake Sykes

» He works for us!
Yesterday at 7:40 pm by Stan Dane

Log in

I forgot my password

Social bookmarking

Social bookmarking Digg  Social bookmarking Delicious  Social bookmarking Reddit  Social bookmarking Stumbleupon  Social bookmarking Slashdot  Social bookmarking Yahoo  Social bookmarking Google  Social bookmarking Blinklist  Social bookmarking Blogmarks  Social bookmarking Technorati  

Bookmark and share the address of REOPENKENNEDYCASE on your social bookmarking website

Bookmark and share the address of REOPENKENNEDYCASE on your social bookmarking website

RSS feeds


Yahoo! 
MSN 
AOL 
Netvibes 
Bloglines 


Affiliates
free forum
 



an old poem

View previous topic View next topic Go down

an old poem

Post by Terry W. Martin on Fri 13 Jun 2014, 4:23 pm

After reading Stan's post on the "What was the point?" thread, I was reminded of a short ditty I penned back on the Fourth of July in 1973:


... the battle has ended,
    the ageless war is won;
the enemy disbanded,
    the victorious are as one;
can't I understand it
    now that the killing's done?

Death came empty-handed
    with Sunday's brilliant sun,
to visit homes defended
    by every mother's son;
patriotic dream repentant
    now that the killing's done.

... and few be those remaining alive
to tell of Death's heavy harvest scythe.

Terry W. Martin

Posts : 708
Join date : 2013-11-29
Age : 65
Location : Middleburg, VA, USA

View user profile http://martianpublishing.com

Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum