•·ς·Ç· thank you ·Ç·ς·•

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in honor

of  all who’ve given

their bodies, their sanity, their lives

in service of  their countries

~ our gratitude ~

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May 2011  .  at  .  NaBloPoMo
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May 2011: International 5 Line Poetry Month
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A wish for the sky…
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this poem is a gogyohka. Gogyohka is five lines of free verse on any subject matter. There is no set syllable pattern, however the poem should be short and succinct. The goal is to compellingly capture an idea, observation, feeling, memory, or experience in just a few words….Read More at  Gogyohka Junction

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “•·ς·Ç· thank you ·Ç·ς·•

  1. How respectful of you to write such beautiful words on this solemn day. It’s not about barbecues and parties. We should all take a few moments to honor the brave and heroic service men and women today. Lovely tribute. xo

    • thank you, bunny. i am and have always been so against wars, but it’s the generals and admirals and presidents, etc. who make the decisions from their offices far from the battlegrounds. The soldiers and sailors and marines and all service men and women who are injured or traumatized or killed because they are willing to give their lives for the rest of us and i think we owe them all a debt of gratitude. i know you feel the same way. ♥ ♥ ♥

  2. amen, you honor them well dani

    • thank you, brian. i wish there was no need for anyone to make the sacrifices they do, but i am deeply grateful for everything they are willing to do for the rest of us.

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