Vietnam - Brothers United Poem by Darwin Henry Beuning

Vietnam - Brothers United

Rating: 5.0


Boys of the North,
And boys of the South,
United together,
fighting a common foe -

Charlie

Old Glory and the Southern Cross,
Draped together,
Men fighting as one.

Our blood is one
And the same -
Patriotic Red.

We fight and die together.
With the Rebel Yell,
We fight alongside -

Old Glory!

Vietnam - Brothers United
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: vietnam war
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Midnight,29 January 2019.In America, the Civil War, North against the South raged from 12 April 1861 to 9 April 1865.They say that in the Deep South there are still places where the battles wage on.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Darwin Henry Beuning 21 June 2019

My brother, David helped me with updating the appropriate flags, the 34 star flag of the United States and the " Southern Cross" confederate flag. It had 13 stars, In Vietnam, we united together, to fight a common foe. We fought together and we died together. " God Bless America"

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Michael Walker 11 February 2019

I like your 'North/South' term, which applied to both the American Civil War and Vietnam. Repetition of 'We fight' is effective. You answered the call to service in that theatre of war.

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Kim Barney 01 February 2019

Brothers uniting instead of fighting. That's such a good thing; makes me want to sing. An inspiring poem.

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Kathy Wright 30 January 2019

All men fought for making our country stronger and in the end shook hands to keep the people free in peace and united under one flag.Proud to be an American and salute the flag! Thanks you to our men and woman who paid the price so bravely.

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Darwin Henry Beuning 30 January 2019

Kathy, Thank you sister for the kind comments! ! Love always! ! ! !

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