Jon M. Nelson

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

Jon M. Nelson Poems

201. Forgive Your Enemy 1/21/2014
202. Bond Of Brothers 1/19/2014
203. Bullying 1/19/2014
204. Comfortable Silence 1/20/2014
205. Silent Water Runs Deep 7/24/2014
206. When We Were Children 1/23/2014
207. Cliche' 7/24/2014
208. The Soldier Gives The Right 1/23/2014
209. Anniversary 1/19/2014
210. The Dash 1/23/2014
211. Military Mom 1/22/2014
212. Military Child 1/22/2014
213. Don'T Cry For Me 1/20/2014
214. Our Love Is Like The Wind 1/22/2014
215. Hate Crimes 1/21/2014
216. Leave Your Mark 1/21/2014
217. Beautiful People 1/19/2014
218. Pay It Forward 1/22/2014
219. Cat And Mouse 7/24/2014
220. Pearl Harbor 1/22/2014
221. Road Rage 1/22/2014
222. Curiosity Killed The Cat 1/20/2014
223. Always Follow Your Dreams 1/19/2014
224. Fallen Soldier Table 7/24/2014

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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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 Mother's Love

From the human race to animals in the wild,
There’s a special bond between a mother and child.
Right up until the very last breath in her lungs,
She’ll do what she must to protect her young.

A mother will always go above and beyond,
To always ensure that unbreakable bond.
And every time that push comes to shove,
There is just no match for a mother’s love.

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