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 Soldier's Cemetery Mariemuses        (More) 7/10/2014
 Whispers or Tears riki_ryme        (More) 7/2/2014
 Our Constant Reminder David Harris        (More) 6/29/2014
 Bib 'n Brace adthomas        (More) 6/24/2014
 Our Freedom David Harris        (More) 6/9/2014
 Fighting For A Cause macwriter        (More) 6/7/2014
 WE MUST WIN OR DIE TRYING poetalthomas        (More) 5/24/2014
 IN MEMORIAM georgeporge        (More) 5/20/2014
 Proud Of America deeny107        (More) 5/19/2014
 PRO TROOPS poetalthomas        (More) 5/17/2014
 THIS DAY poetalthomas        (More) 5/12/2014
 Freedom Rings deeny107        (More) 5/3/2014
 Aye wee laddie Iain        (More) 4/26/2014
 The Voice of Liberty Jane_Eaves        (More) 3/30/2014
 WHAT HAS BEEN WILL BE AGAIN poetalthomas        (More) 3/22/2014
 I'M RESTLESS poetalthomas        (More) 3/21/2014
 I Pray for my Country deeny107        (More) 3/14/2014
 Respect Our Soldiers norman        (More) 3/6/2014
 SAND The_Pip        (More) 2/21/2014
 THE SOLDIER STOOD Biggus        (More) 2/12/2014
 THE STROLL The_Pip        (More) 1/11/2014
 FOR EDEN forrestc        (More) 12/30/2013
 Candles for our troops Starlight1        (More) 12/21/2013
 Christmas day. WHITBYPOET1        (More) 12/16/2013
 If I Should Hear eleanor3168        (More) 11/26/2013
 We Salute You David Harris        (More) 11/11/2013
 THE FLOWERED FIELDS OF FLANDERS Biggus        (More) 11/9/2013
 Born In The USA maryfrances        (More) 11/8/2013
 The Vet's Friend macwriter        (More) 11/4/2013
 THE ENEMY The_Pip        (More) 11/2/2013

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Soldier's Cemetery

Off the main paith
Slightly into the mountains
A quarter mile rocky path
With lizards scurrying
Lies an old soldiers' cemetery with
No grave markers
Here reposes troops
Stationed at Fort Davis.
Today the spot's nestled by
A lone shade tree,
Desert shrubs and a wooden bench
Where goats and horses
Loose from nearby farms graze
As visitors come by to
Thanks and respect pay.

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