Ronald Strickland

Veteran Poet - 1,066 Points (LaFayette, Georgia)

Ronald Strickland Poems

1. Dreams Of A Young Man 12/8/2012
2. Where The Angels Stay 4/7/2013
3. Life's Window 11/1/2013
4. Something Good 12/5/2013
5. Love My Child 2/1/2015
6. It's You I Miss 1/18/2016
7. Silent Love 9/17/2016
8. Who's That Knocking 9/18/2016
9. Amazing 9/19/2016
10. This Shack 9/21/2016
11. A Soldier's Fear 10/17/2016
12. Better Memories 10/17/2016
13. Letters Home From Vietnam 10/17/2016
14. Children Lost 10/17/2016
15. A Soldier 10/17/2016
16. Feeling To Old 10/17/2016
17. Ripples 10/17/2016
18. Gone With Time 10/17/2016
19. Who Am I 10/17/2016
20. Golden Arch 10/17/2016
21. The Edge Of The Earth 10/17/2016
22. My Young Guest 1/6/2017
23. Georgia At My Side 2/4/2017
24. Memories Recalled 2/18/2017
25. Can You Hear My Heart Weep 2/28/2017
26. Glory In Granite 3/10/2015
27. Yesterdays Wars 4/19/2015
28. No One Came 5/3/2015
29. Pillow Talk 7/4/2015
30. Homeless In Time 7/25/2015
31. The Frog 11/14/2015
32. Raining Cats And Dogs 11/29/2015
33. The Glass 12/1/2015
34. The Willow Weeps 12/1/2015
35. The Sky Is Falling. 12/1/2015
36. A Land Of Thunder 12/24/2015
37. Your My World. 1/10/2016
38. My Walk 11/27/2015
39. Mirrored Image 3/21/2017
40. She's My Shinning Star 4/18/2017
Best Poem of Ronald Strickland

Silence Of War

Over the jungles filled with war
another mission once more.

Only days away until my tour is done.
My thoughts are shattered if by the
thunder’s roar.

Life flashes by as I descend in the flames
from hell to the jungle’s floor.

The sound's of day and into the night
were the sounds of war.

As life leaves me, I see mother
smiling at heaven’s doors.

The voices I hear, be it friend or foe?
My heart filled with fear.

“You’re okay, ” a voice would say,
“You’re going home; it’s not your day.

Thank you God for letting me ...

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Memories In A Box

A box of memories of past loves.
Photographs, letters and poems.
Like a collections of stamps,
coins or Teddy Bears.

Feelings i fought to resist
not wanting to be in a collection
of memories.

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