A sad day for a send off soldier
by Jennifer M Croy
Thursday, July 20, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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true poem of a loved one going off to IRAQ war
Our son has now boarded the military bus, we shed a tear, but can't discuss the leave upon us. I will miss him dearly, as I give him one last embrace, and hope God takes care of him to end this civil war race. My eyes are filled with tears, as we say our last goodbye and I look up to the heavens, and pray to God for a sign. Please, God keep my son safe, and bring him home to me so I can embrace his sweet face. I pray everyday for IRAQ war to end, and bring our soldiers home once again. This war should've never started, where is Bush? to seek justice and end this misery of war upon us. Please, here my prayer because I'm not going anywhere.My son is now deployed to IRAQ, and he has a family who want's him back. He has loved ones here in Indiana, who treasure him here, and hold a place in their hearts close to him very dear. I send this message to you to bring him home safely, because you created him and brought joy in my life by bringing him to me. My son is my first born and the love of my life, so end this miserable war that started in life.A sadness grows near as off they go, to hopefully end this war as I hope so. He's the one I adore, and I don't want no more war.
A Sad Day in Sending off A Soldier
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|Reviewed by Melinda Josiah Geaumont
|Prayers to your son and to you Jennifer! My son too has served there - the longest 15 months of my life. Fifteen months filled with tears, worry, and anguish waiting the possiblity of news no mother ever wants to hear. . . praying for the peace of mind to see it through. I am thankful that my son is now home and I pray that he will not be sent again, but time will tell. I appreciate your words and all the emotion that drives your pen. Know that I am thinking of you.
Peace to you. . . to all of us.
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|Prayers for your son and you guys; God bless y'all!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :( >tears <
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
I will pray that your son is safe and well in Iraq....
We stand four square with him and all the other American and British servicemen and women, who are defending our Homelands against the Satanic Infidels of Islamic Terrrorism..
In God We Trust !