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Death Poems About Homesick

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Poem Details | by Chante Reeves |
Categories: blue, dream, funeral, green, morning, nature, rain, storm,

homesick for Michigan

She noticed a wild beauty of her own-rain.
She lived in Michigan
Blue rain kissed the green trees
But only one tree made her heart sing
A storm was coming in the distance
A hurricane of peace forced her to dream big dreams
As the night of regret fades
The bear, the berry, the rain, the wild
All beautifully crafted
these new sculptors of art
Proper artists without knives
So she sang of ol’ Michigan’s nature to gray skies.
but this rainstorm was a storm of all storms.                                                                                           she cried, she wept, and then she fainted
 Michigan’s nature lived in her

Poem Details | by Sunlite Wanter |
Categories: eulogy, patriotic,

Remembering Homesick Soldiers

May I write of a company of homesick boys,
Though felling Hitler was in the back of their minds;
The loved their country to the fullest degree,
And felt so proud to wear its uniform.
On Sunday night, our house was open door,
They laughed, scrambled eggs and joked for a while
Those knots in their stomachs untied with smiles.

Soon, though the bugles played Reveille,
And off they went to their destined way,
They, though scared gave their last drop of courage,
And that is why I am here this day.

Wherever you sleep my Texas soldiers
Please remember this 14 year old child,
Who didn’t grasp your “adventure,”
But credit you with why I am free
To honor you this Memorial Day