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death, family, goodbye, grief, loss, love, memorial day, memory, miss you, nostalgia, pain, soldier, sorrow, veterans day, war, child,
Running, after more than you, can hold.
Taking, someone else’s love, and leaving.
Children are fearful of what they’re told.
Can’t you see I’m the one who’s freezing?
I was just a child with a trinket
Never knowing that it’d be, more to me
When you were gone to, too far, from me.
Steady with your hands close to my heart
Never letting our world’s tear us apart
I know, your icicles
I miss the beaches that we played on
You missed the child in your own eyes
Now you’re gone,
But I’m still not here.
Why can’t you wake up
I’m not ready
Please, just take your time, don’t leave now
I can’t fight this world alone.
america, dark, death, dedication, military, political, veterans day,
This is my declaration,
This is where I take my stand,
A Citizen, a Veteran ,A Grown *** Man
The things I see daily
Came as a total surprise,
A President with no Integrity,
Everyday spouting new LIES,
A Congress that should balance,
Everyday closes its eyes,
A Congress that should check ,
Everyday tells me pigs fly,
If I cant trust those that lead,
Then what options are left,
TOTAL complete ANARCHY,
MAY My Strength be My WEALTH.
May the training I was provided,
See me through the coming storm,
May the blood of my former leaders
keep Me ETERNALLY WARM.
boyfriend, family, fear, i miss you, love, veterans day, war,
Love lasts for all eternity
But please don’t take him away from me
My one wish is for him to come back home
His memory in my head when I’m alone
He is my world my everything
I love him more then anything
The smartest,purest,perfect guy
a different country, the same starry sky
To know when he looks up we both can see
He’s never truly away from me
But please do bring him home again
I don’t care how long, I don’t care when
As long as he comes back home to me
My soldier, my soul mate, my family
By Rosie Hill