Flag Day will be celebrated by many families throughout the United States. Many patriotic people or poet show their love for Flag, appreciation and support for military by many kinds of patriotic poems, such as the Flag Day Poems:
Our Flag Flies High
By Joanna Fuchs
The U.S. flag is a symbol
Of what Americans treasure;
It represents the values
We cherish beyond measure.
Our flag flies high for freedom,
For legal equality,
For Constitutional rights,
And justice for you and me.
Our flag flies high for bravery,
The courage it takes to fight
And even give our lives
For what we know is right.
Our flag flies high for compassion;
We quickly help those in need;
When there’s a need for service,
Americans take the lead.
The American flag is an icon,
Representing the American way;
Our hearts swell with emotion,
When we see it ripple and sway.
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Show the Flag
Show the flag and let it wave
As a symbol of the brave;
Let it float upon the breeze
As a sign for each who sees
That beneath it, where it rides,
Loyalty to-day abides.
Show the flag that all may see
That you serve humanity.
Let it whisper to the breezes
That comes singing through the trees
That whatever storms descend
You’ll be faithful to the end.
Show the flag and let it fly,
Cheering every passer-by.
Men that may have stepped aside,
May have lost their old-time pride,
May behold it there, and then,
Consecrate themselves again.
Call Me Old Glory
Call me Old Glory,
Or Stars and Stripes.
This Star Spangled Banner
Must flow all night.
I must fly high amongst the hillside,
Low amongst the grass
Touching every heart string,
Without hitting the grounds I pass.
I must feel the breeze
Go through me
Up and below,
Feel the freedom I stand for,
To channel it below.
I must hear the calls for freedom
Wipe the tears that flow,
Strengthen the badges of courage
Of those men and women we know,
Who fight for right and justice
Who toil for honors sake
Who represent this flag
For this United States.
A Forgotten Flag
I saw a flag the wind had tattered
No one to care or think it mattered!
Wind torn and faded stripes were flapping
Pale stars upon dim blue were napping!
I wondered if a bugle blowing,
Would rouse our country to bestowing…
Upon our flag more true devotion;
And stir our hearts with real emotion!
Forgotten there, so bravely flying
A symbol worn, but never dying!
A challenge! To a nation sleeping
A loyal sentry, Watch is keeping!
I Am the Flag
I am the flag of the United States of America.
My name is Old Glory.
I fly atop the world’s tallest buildings.
I stand watch in America’s halls of justice.
I fly majestically over institutions of learning.
I stand guard with power in the world.
Look up and see me.
I stand for peace, honor, truth and justice.
I stand for freedom.
I am confident.
I am arrogant.
I am proud.