|Reviewed by Barbara Henry
This is a stirring tribute to all of our brave ones who made the ultimate sacrifice for their(our)country,for(their)its people.
|Reviewed by Sandra Corona
|Respect comes with a high cost. Your poem makes one pause.
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|I respect those that have served our country and now are deceased by old age, or whatever else. We have the Indiantown Gap military cemetary 45 min away from us. My cousin Paul burried there. Serviced in army in 40 and my ex husband buried there too served in AF, nationa guard some.|
|Reviewed by John Domino
|I salute you! Well written!
Very touching poetry.
Displays proper respect for our heros of the past.
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
A beautiful tribute and a page of gratitude ~ enriching te National Poetry Month.
Thank You for sharing this Salute to Honor.
In respect and admiration,
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle
|They are never forgotten. This is a powerful piece, commending the sacrifices of those lost, yet recognizing the loss still felt by those to visit and pay their respects.
Well done, Bruce,
|Reviewed by Barbara Smith
|Bruce, your words ring in truth & honesty...Arlington Memorial Cemetery is a place where our Veterans rest in peace. Their importance to America may not be known to the world but America knows how important they have been to our country. Yes, the wind carries their whispers of silence in deep respect for each one there. A wonderful write.|
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Too painful when I think of past friends still buried there...e|
|Reviewed by Debra Kraft
"Tears flow, salutes are crisp and rigid.
Valor and honor is laid to rest."
But not forgotten. Never forgotten.