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Those of us blessed by the safety of home Must remember the sacrifice of the few. Run up your flag and show your support For the heroes of the red, white and blue.

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THEY SERVE TO PRESERVE

Lenexa KS

 

THEY SERVE TO PRESERVE

 

 

They serve to preserve our forefathers dreams,

Prayers, visions and determination.

Risking all in pursuit of fulfillment of duty

To God, freedom, faith, honor and nation.

 

Despite dismemberment, death and loneliness

Patriots enlist to safeguard our flag.

With honor, faith, purpose and courage

They battle the sadistic that brag.

 

Throughout man’s past as a creature of earth

War has always plagued his expectance.

Greed, hate, fear, envy and rage

Have overruled rapture and repentance.

 

David was a soldier who lived by his faith

Which gave him the will to become brave.

He stood up to terror and toppled the giant

Leaving Goliath headless and alone in his grave.

 

David’s call thrives in hearts of soldiers today

Shielding liberty from the warmongers of hell.

Facing down evil refusing to summit

Ensuring freedom and justice are alive and well.

 

Those of us blessed by the safety of home

Must remember the sacrifice of the few.

Run up your flag and show your support

For the heroes of the red, white and blue.

 

 

By Conservative Poet

Tom Zart

Most Published Poet

On The Web

Washington March 16, 2007 Ms. Lillian Cauldwell President and Chief Executive Officer Passionate Internet Voices Radio Ann Arbor Michigan Dear Lillian: Number 41 passed on the CDs from Tom Zart. Thank you for thinking of me. I am thankful for your efforts to honor our brave military personnel and their families. America owes these courageous men and women a debt of gratitude, and I am honored to be the commander in chief of the greatest force for freedom in the history of the world. Best Wishes. Sincerely, George W. Bush

THE STONING OF WOMEN 2009

Lenexa KS

 

                                               THE STONING OF WOMEN

 

There are those who still stone women

And we all know who they are.

They live in a world cursed by God

Where they murder mislead and scar.

 

                                    They need no proof to denounce their wives

Of adultery, betrayal and worthlessness.

They hate all religions except their own

As they promote fear, death and hopelessness.

 

                                     Never turn a blind eye toward wickedness

Instead support its defeat and demise.

Hearts consumed by the shadows of malice

Are terrified of the righteous and the wise.

 

                                  The stoning of women is a performance from hell

And any country that allows it, will fail.

All men heed to the whispers of their soul

May goodness, and compassion take heed and prevail.

 

By Conservative Poet

                                                             Tom Zart

Most Published Poet

On The Web

WHERE ARE THE SOLDIERS

Lenexa KS

                                              WHERE ARE THE SOLDIERS

Where are the soldiers who march in line?

Where are the soldiers every color and kind?

Where are the soldiers who made their moms cry?

Where are the pilots who face death in the sky?

 

Where are the soldiers born brave of heart?

Where are the girls and boys that part?

Serving our country with their future on the line

Battling the enemies of freedom of mind.

 

All of us are soldiers with missions of our own

We do what we do as history is sown.

Support our troops who we love and adore

Support our troops with prayers, letters and more.

 

Where are the soldiers so far, far away?

How many will perish no one can say.

Where are the soldiers we love night and day?

Deployed world over to keep evil at bay.

 

By Conservative Poet

Tom Zart

Most Published Poet

On The Web

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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