Comments For The Vietnam Vets by victor 66

We cannot honor them enough for all they endured, both in combat and after coming home to public indifference or even blame.

a statement I thought should be made, and was made quite well in this poem


Comments For Fingers of Night by Bill O'Bier

Very sensual poem and great choice of artwork


Comments For Honey by joeruptak

I love this piece. The rhythm and rhyme is great but the scenario is cute and humerous

I thought it was a timely poem and was adorable.


Comments For Courage by ameen786

So Complete! The message, art and word choice‚??no detail too small.


Comments For Stormy's Testimony by Ogden

Funny!!!


Comments For God and Free Will. by Michael Steinert

Really makes you think


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