Tag: poetry of war

The Eagle Cried

I’m honored to share a poem from my friend, Northern California writer, and Vietnam Vet, Richard Turton. The Eagle Cried The acrid smell of cordite Still hovered in the air. No breeze to wash away The scent of Satan’s hair. The Medivac’s are fading… Continue Reading “The Eagle Cried”

The Eagle Cried

I’m honored to share a poem from my friend, Northern California writer Richard Turton. The Eagle Cried   The acrid smell of cordite Still hovered in the air. No breeze to wash away The scent of Satan’s hair.   The Medivac’s are fading now,… Continue Reading “The Eagle Cried”

In Honor – Thoughts on Veterans Day 2012

In Honor…Veterans Day 2012 From my friend Dave Stone: The officer stood framed in the doorway, looked over the class of cadets, and began to speak. “Cadets, look around you at these walls.  The portraits you see are the great heroes of this country. … Continue Reading “In Honor – Thoughts on Veterans Day 2012”

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