Poems About: SOLDIER
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109.'Carry On Soldiers'
Carry on our soldiers, carry on
for we have placed those weapons in your hands.
And a pack on your back and a song in your steps
Carry on our soldiers, carry on. read more »Linda Winchell
The soldier who died fighting
Now stood at Heavens gate
Would the Lord embrace him?
He waited for his fate read more »Bev Haigh
Here stands a broken soldier
One that has fought for his life
One who has fought for your rights
One who has fought with no end read more »Alandra Nicole Moreira
112.We Put On The Uniform
We put on the uniform
all became one
lost in the formation
boots on the ground read more »Maggie DeMay
113.! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! OUR SOLDIERS! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
who risk their lives for their country.
I Salute, read more »seemakhera (Aanamika 805)
The Christian Soldier,
The Christian soldier goes to fight, a war on evil, every day and night, read more »margaret haig
115.They Fight For What Is Right
There are soldiers that come into the hands of combat,
There are soldiers that fight and serve for what is right,
There are soldiers that die and soldiers that survive,
They fight for our country and freedom. read more »Cassie Lowe
116.Keep Those Soldiers In Our Memories
Keep those soldiers in our memories
And hold them in our prayers
And show them just how much
They're respected, and how we care read more »norman hale
117.A Scottish Soldier
There was a young Scottish soldier
of the Highlanders Brigade
his Black Watch Regiment
marched through the night’s thunderstorm read more »Johan Jacobs
118.My soldier! ! !
You were my soldier
My safety net
You were my soul, my life, my everything
Why did this happen to you? read more »Becky Ginn
It's good to feel pain, It lets me know I'm alive.
Roll with the thunder, Know that I'll survive.
March on I'm a soldier, No matter the war.
Keep my head up I'm a soldier, I'm tough to the core. read more »Lil Phoenix
120.This Good Soldier
This good soldier’s in a war
A war that is not his to fight
And he don’t want to anymore. read more »Jason Daniels