|Reviewed by Victor Jensen
|This one really makes me feel the dread of war and think of the real victims. the ones who return imvisibly scared for life'|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|a sensitive and empathetic write-such a travesty for these boys all the way around|
|Reviewed by Donald Balsley
|Very, very nice. I would expand on it a little for it covers all the wars vets. Those of us that served, but did not have to face the hell some did, "Thank You Father". God Bless Don|
|Reviewed by John Domino
A very nice tribute! Well done!
I can relate because I spent 24 yrs. in the service. My friend Vinny went to Viet Nam when he returned he was not the same.
God Bless them all.
|Reviewed by J. P. Lowe
|Insightful and sensitively handled. A well-written poem.|
|Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher
|This poetry definetly made me smile, been there, done that, different year, but same theory, luck was on my side, but I wish no other the same ride... Operation Desert Storm, short war but I was in it, or shall we say in the middle of it...
Roger and Birgit
|Reviewed by Leslie Bond
|I will always respect the vietnam vet's. My wife and I took care of a paralysed viet nam vet for 7 years. He passed a year ago. Honor to your poem, and to all vets. Amen. Leslie|
|Reviewed by Silke Lance, Dr. Ph (Reader)
|A wonderful tribute.
Thanks for sharing.
|Reviewed by Tami Ryan
|Thank you for this moving tribute. Bless every, single one who has and, still, serves our country.|
|Reviewed by Reginald Birch
|Christy, excellent, a poignant reminder what war is really about.
|Reviewed by Cynth'ya email@example.com
Seems like history repeats itself and gets more intense every time. God bless all of those who are caught in the crossfire. Angels will always watch over the innocent.
blessin', very nice poem, a tribute created with true soul.
cynth'ya lewis reed
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Powerful message, Christy. Thank you. Love and peace to you. Regis|
|Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain
A very well-poised and poignant poem...well penned!
|Reviewed by Nickolaus Pacione
|This reminds me of my two uncles who served in Nam, one talks about the time he saw over there -- the other doesn't. One jumped out of the helicopters and the other repaired generators. This is a good write, and one that needed to be said.|
|Reviewed by Victoria Murray
|Very moving write, Christy! Thanks for posting it!
|Reviewed by Eddie Thompson
|angels become demons to us in places like those battlefields...thanks for writing this poem...it helps me to understand a little better the pain those heroes suffer...very well-crafted poem.|
|Reviewed by Karen Cino
|Awesome dedication to our Vietnam Vets.
|Reviewed by Rodd Jokre
|wow... nice dedication... written true...|
|Reviewed by Jim Dunlap
|Yes, that's why I write my war poems, but nobody listens. Good job anyway.|
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
married two nam vets, one died never knowing the country had finally made a half way thanks to those who fought,
the other lives with nightmares and limping and cuts to vets and less va benefits
|Reviewed by Susan Cook-Jahme
|Sad - well written.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Jeez! Ya gotta stand in line around here just to make a comment. Here is mine: THANK YOU FOR WRITING THIS.|
|Reviewed by Masood Lohar
|MY God... It is so powerful. It touches my heart. The "dear John" kinda touch can tell you write, right sittting inside your charachter.
|Reviewed by Jeanette
|A very heartfelt poem.|
|Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader)
This is excellent. The descriptions are REMARKABLE! They truly opened my senses. This is a very tender and fitting tribute!
|Reviewed by Marco Landi
|great work Christy......|
|Reviewed by E. Richardson
|This is really good. We all came back from that experience seeing demons...and still do.
Thanks for these words and your dedication.
E.W. Richardson, USMC, Vietnam 1969-70
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Handsome man. Good poem|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|heartwrenching write! :( (((HUGS))) and love, your texas friend, karen lynn. >tears <|
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
powerful, heartbreaking poem...well done.
(((i'm sorry for the loss of your friend)))
((((HUGS)))) and love,
|Reviewed by J. Cheek (Reader)
|Powerful poem, Christy. As a Korean Vet, I know the truth embedded in your words. See my poem "BBQ on the Grass" at http://www.authorsden.com/jcharlescheek
|Reviewed by Janet Terry
|Christy this tugs at the heart strings and helps one relate to our military boys.|
|Reviewed by Dennis Michels
|If only history were a chaulk board and bad memories chaulk marks. Then the kindness of a poets would could erase the pain and return the joy.|
|Reviewed by Sherry Russell BCBT BCETS
Such powerful words. I shed tears reading this insightful poem. It brought back the memories of friends and cousins taken from this life way to soon in a war where the rules seemed constantly up for grabs. As I always thank any veteran I meet for his/her service, I would like to thank you for writing this sensitive jewel. Thanks Sherry
|Reviewed by Joyce Rapier
You've touched a heart with this poem. Having a relative who fought the awful batle
in Nam, I have seen first hand how war can ruefully destroy a persons life, not to mention
how their reflections on such a war can embed a persons mind. Although my husbands' uncle did not
do the things mentions in your poem and he had a family who was there for him when he
returned, it is still hard for him to discuss the mahem and destruction that reached out for
him in so many ways. My prayer is that this whole world can live in peace and know that God
is God for everyone.
Windy John's me 'n tut
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|I truly hope that the with time the demons will leave their minds. Charlie a special person to me; fought his demons to his death. I hope he has found peace.|
|Reviewed by Peter Adotey Addo
|A moving and wonderful piece.....thank you|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Thank you for this sad but true dedication to our nam vets...they deserve more...for what they endured from their own countrymen...due to the atmosphere of the times|
|Reviewed by Dens Dreamweaver (Reader)
|I remember as a child watching my dad as he left for 'Nam. I don't think I had a clue as to what that even meant back then. I was one of the lucky ones. My dad made it back, and was even able to refind his joy in life. Many, many of his friends weren't so lucky. May God bless them all, in my book they are all Hero's. And we, as a nation, should be ashamed of the way they were treated ( and still are treated) when they came home....
Love and Light
|Reviewed by Tracey Hardie
|Heartfelt..... if only...but thats only a dream... that fades to reality..of today.. haunted by memories. (Silent prayers for peace.)|
|Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader)
|Oh, Christy, this hits a nerve...so many young men came back this way--"Now he's grown into a cynical man/Who no longer dares to plan." Very moving...
|Reviewed by angel michael
|sad but, true....