"Christmas Over There"


"Christmas Over There"

They stand with much pride and
their hearts are filled with gold.
They watch and protect us, they
are so strong and bold.

They maybe our mother, they
maybe our father our daughter
or our son. They won’t come
home until their courageous
job is done.

They fight for honor, they fight
for us. They have much love
for our country and this is how
its express.

So lets not forgot them as we
get on our knees to pray.
For the tears and love we have
for them, this is how its display.

David A. Bernard

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If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.

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"A Cry Over There" 0
"Christmas Over There" 0
"Spanish Eyes" 1
"Faith and Prayers" 1
"A Kiss of Fire" 2
"A Gleaming Heart" 1
"Moon Beams" 1
"Tears Of Joy" 2
"The Whisper of Love" 1
Your Tender Kisses 1
"My Sunflower" 1
"Where is my Ship" 1
"When it Rains" 1
"Rampage to Live" 1
“Do Angels Cry?” 1
“The Sweet Sound That Blows In The Wind” 1
"Night Tears" 2
“Death of A Body” 1