Soldier Boy

Brother’s In Arms

Who I am

soldier boy

The cover photo on this page is a silhouette of a saluting soldier. (Photo prompt by Marcella Leff, administrator)

You may write a poem in any style or form about our fallen heroes. Memorial Day was celebrated for our convenience on 5-25-15. It originally was determined to be on May 30. It is believed that date was chosen because flowers would be in bloom all over the country. If you are not in the U.S., you may write about your special day in your country. Explanation about your poem is permissible. THIS TIME YOUR PHOTOS ARE PERMITTED TO BE ATTACHED IN YOUR COMMENT AREA. You may post as many poems as you want but comments are counted per poem only. Please no poems about BBQ…

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Don’t Lump, Don’t Dump, Be Upfront

Don’t Lump.

Don’t Dump.

Be Upfront.

Don’t shout.

Talk it out.

Don’t cry.

Talk to me.

Ask why.

It’s all there

for you.

Look up,

Don’t frown.

Don’t be down.

Don’t run a muck.

Change your ways.

Change your luck.

Look about.

See what’s up.

Don’t be a chump.

See what’s up.

Look around.

Don’t be a clown.

Look around.

Make it sound.

Don’t be a chump.

Look around.

Don’t be a clown.

Be yourself.

Be about.

Your life is important.

Stick around.

Your enlightening to

my sight and sound.

I love you around.