Jon M. Nelson

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

Jon M. Nelson Poems

41. Forever Rest 1/21/2014
42. Four Letter Word 1/21/2014
43. Freedom Isn'T Free 1/21/2014
44. Grandchild 1/21/2014
45. Grave Dancer 1/21/2014
46. Gun Fighter 1/21/2014
47. Handle With Prayer 1/21/2014
48. Haunting 1/21/2014
49. Heart Of A Soldier 1/21/2014
50. Heart Of Gold 1/21/2014
51. Heat Of Passion 1/21/2014
52. Heavenly Bliss 1/21/2014
53. Helping Hand 1/21/2014
54. Her Love Consumes Me 1/21/2014
55. How Do I Love You 1/21/2014
56. How Long Will We Last 1/21/2014
57. Human Race 1/21/2014
58. I Am Not Afraid 1/21/2014
59. I Am 1/21/2014
60. I Love You More 1/21/2014
61. I Stand Ready 1/21/2014
62. I'M From The Country 1/21/2014
63. Impression 1/21/2014
64. In Your Heart 1/21/2014
65. Insanity 1/21/2014
66. Inspiration 1/21/2014
67. Internal Choice 1/21/2014
68. Isolation 1/21/2014
69. It's A Time 1/21/2014
70. King James And Uncle Sam 1/21/2014
71. Last Ounce Of Soul 1/21/2014
72. Last Thing We Need 1/21/2014
73. Lay My Guns Down 1/21/2014
74. Learn To Crawl 1/21/2014
75. Letting Go 1/21/2014
76. Life's A Gamble 1/21/2014
77. Life's Journey 1/21/2014
78. Lord My Guide 1/21/2014
79. Losing Game 1/21/2014
80. Losing My Crown 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 Soldier's Prayer

Now I lay me down to sleep,
And hope my dreams are thoughtful and deep.
I pray that tonight I’m not awaken,
By bombs exploding and the ground shakin’.

I hope that I can get some peaceful rest,
And wish that the next day will be blessed.
All I want is to sleep through the night,
So that tomorrow I’m ready for another fight.

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