Jon M. Nelson

Rookie - 0 Points [Jon M. Nelson] (August 23,1975 / Milaca, MN)

Jon M. Nelson Poems

1. A Child Is 1/19/2014
2. A Mother's Love 1/19/2014
3. A Solution 1/19/2014
4. After Shock 1/19/2014
5. All In A Day's Work 1/19/2014
6. Always Be 1/19/2014
7. Begin The Hunt 1/19/2014
8. Best Friends 1/19/2014
9. Better Half 1/19/2014
10. Children Have Tomorrow 1/19/2014
11. Climbing 1/20/2014
12. Color Blind 1/20/2014
13. Common Ground 1/20/2014
14. Continue To Roam 1/20/2014
15. Continuous Motion 1/20/2014
16. Crimson Rain 1/20/2014
17. Drawn To A Close 1/20/2014
18. Earned 1/20/2014
19. Even Though 1/20/2014
20. Everyday Valentine 1/20/2014
21. Face The Demons 1/20/2014
22. Faith And Sweat 1/20/2014
23. Family 1/20/2014
24. Father 1/20/2014
25. Final Goodbye 1/20/2014
26. Dear John 1/20/2014
27. Deep Impact 1/20/2014
28. Direction 1/20/2014
29. Disconnected 1/20/2014
30. Don'T Change 1/20/2014
31. Break Of Dawn 1/19/2014
32. Bull Rider 1/19/2014
33. Flashback 1/21/2014
34. Folded Flag 1/21/2014
35. Four Letter Word 1/21/2014
36. Freedom Isn'T Free 1/21/2014
37. Grandchild 1/21/2014
38. Grave Dancer 1/21/2014
39. Gun Fighter 1/21/2014
40. Handle With Prayer 1/21/2014

Comments about Jon M. Nelson

  • Harshit Madaan (1/20/2014 10:21:00 AM)

    Nice poem sir...
    Ur literary works are really worth reading

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Best Poem of Jon M. Nelson

Fallen Soldier Table

The rose stands for the family with faith and love for those who serve,
They're held with the highest respect for that's what they deserve.

A yellow ribbon is for the loyalty waiting for those serving abroad,
As we pray that they're watched over and kept close to God.

An inverted glass represents that the fallen can no longer toast,
They cannot be an honored guest or such a gracious host.

A lemon wedge represents the bitter loss of the fallen soldier's life,
That causes so much pain like the sharp edge of a knife.

The salt is put in place for all the...

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A Solution

As I look at the wreckage of the past,
I hope the future will bring a change.
I'm surprised humanity was able to last,
But our potential has unlimited range.

So many men have had too much pride.
It's been going on way too long.
Because of this too many have died,
And yet we still don't see the wrong.

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