Del a.k.a. Abe Jones

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Del a.k.a. Abe Jones Poems

1. Left With A Life Of Dying 6/22/2008
2. Tim Russert 6/22/2008
3. Jim Mckay 6/22/2008
4. Gold Star Mothers 10/12/2007
5. 4th Declaration 7/2/2008
6. Another Independence Day 7/3/2008
7. Exxon Profits 7/31/2008
8. A New World Order? 7/31/2008
9. From There, To Here? 8/21/2008
10. Transitions 9/3/2008
11. Peace Or War? (9/11) 9/11/2008
12. Our Constitution’s Birthday 9/16/2008
13. Pow/Mia Remembrance Day 9/18/2008
14. Maybe We Should 9/24/2008
15. Cool Hand Luke 9/28/2008
16. Star Of Hope 12/15/2008
17. Change 2009 1/1/2009
18. A New Day, A New Way (Obama) 1/19/2009
19. Ed Mcmahon 6/24/2009
20. D - Day 6/24/2009
21. An Independent, Democratic, Republic? ? ? 10/12/2007
22. Poems About The Wall 10/12/2007
23. Nine Eleven, Six And Counting 10/12/2007
24. Mister President, 10/12/2007
25. Virginia Tech 10/12/2007
26. Crandall Canyon Cave-In 10/12/2007
27. Pat Tillman 10/12/2007
28. They Lay At Final Rest 10/12/2007
29. Throwaway Soldiers 10/12/2007
30. The Human Race 10/12/2007
31. And They Were There, Too 10/12/2007
32. Arlington Cemetary 6/24/2009
33. Jim Thorpe 10/12/2007
34. Valentines Day 2/13/2008
35. Honor Guards 6/22/2008
36. Harvey Korman 6/22/2008
37. Gold Star Families 10/12/2007
38. Military Spouse 10/12/2007
39. Marine Poems 10/12/2007
40. A Fixer Upper 10/12/2008

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Rosie, The Riveter

During World War Two
All around this Nation
Women took up the Battle
Beyond all imagination.

Over six million of them
Traded aprons for coveralls
And answered like true Patriots
When their Country calls.

They worked in every industry
To build the tools of War
From guns and tanks and planes
To ships and so much more.

A key part of our Defense
To free the Men so they could fight
Showing they could do it all
They worked the plants day and night.

Could we have won without them?
Some say it would have been tough
And we never ...

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Valentines Day

As early as the Fourth, B.C.
Back in the Roman Nation
A boy was assigned a girl
For a one year duration.

Eight hundred years, a practice
Till church fathers sought its end
They found the answer in Valentine
Who was martyred at his life’s end.

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