montana hohensee

Rookie (6/3/1993 / ohmaha NE)

The Prisoner Of War - Poem by montana hohensee

he waited from night to night
he waited till the son started peeling over the horizon
he waited till he heard the morning birds chirp
he waited for a long time
he waited for his father
his father lost at war
his father he knew since he was born
but as time grew
the boy felt so weary
the boy waited and waited and waited
his mother giving him the same face
the same face when his father left
and the same face when he didn't comeback
but the boy did not notice this
the boy never knew his dad has been lost
but until
until he strayed up one night
a night he would never forget
he saw his father walking about in the streets
his uniform on but he noticed something else
his father had many medals
but he knew nothing of them
all that he cared about was his father was home

the boy waited 10 years
his mother fell asleep in tears
for all those years
but then he finally came home


this poem is dedicated to all POW


Comments about The Prisoner Of War by montana hohensee

  • Rookie - 330 Points Subbaraman N V (4/8/2008 2:33:00 AM)

    Most poignant! God bless all! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 13, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, April 13, 2009


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