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He Will Be Home
by Deborah Ann Tornillo
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
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He Will Be Home

 

A Marine

Special Forces.

Served his country

Missing in action.

 

His name – Danny.

All over the internet.

Falling victim

To sick predators.

 

A Marine

Special Forces.

Did his duty.

Leave him alone.

 

Junk mail

Get it all the time.

Using his name

Within my address.

 

You’re a low life.

Leave him alone.

He served his country.

He’s MIA.

 

If I could reach

My hand into the blinded

World of the internet

I would punch you.

 

One too many times

Disrespect my brother.

Leave it alone.

He will be home.

 

Deborah Ann Tornillo

Copyright© 2010

 

 

Deborah Tornillo
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Reviewed by neerja gandhi 7/1/2010
oh...sounds bad...sad too. well versed Deborah. take care...neerja :)
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 7/1/2010
I can feel the emotions as your heart cries out, well said. He will return home...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 7/1/2010
VERY NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Chessly Nesci 6/30/2010
Hello Deborah, I agree with every word you have written. Excellent poem full of some many emotions. Love, and peace always! ~Chessly
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 6/30/2010
Some people have no class. Here some clown is bothering a serviceman and his family. I can still punch I would love to take the creep out.

GOD BLESS YOU
TONY
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 6/30/2010
Your emotions really come through in your well-written poem ~ thank you for sharing this ~

Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/30/2010
To dishonour such a man and such upholder of his countrys honour is sick and perverted. I can understand your pain and your anger.
fee
Reviewed by John Bidwell 6/30/2010
Let's be thankful that we really can't imagine what poverty of soul could sink to such a low.
Your brother is in your heart- the highest place he could be.
There will be good things in your mail.
This reminds me- this weekend I should put up the flag that covered my Uncle Jack's casket. He was a pilot- plane went down before I was born. But I have things my mother kept- loving her brother.
Whoever would lack respect for your brother is certainly without love.
How barren that life must be. It is not life at all without love.

John



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