Disabled Veterans Poems for Veterans Day

November 10th, 2011 | Posted by MilitaryGifts in Military Appreciation Poems - (Comments Off on Disabled Veterans Poems for Veterans Day)

We can’t forget about the soldiers who were in Iraq and Afghanistan and have been sent home due to injury. These disabled veterans are more often than not experiencing life altering injuries, which leave them without limbs and without hope for easy integration back into society.

Veterans Day allow us to honor all the veterans who have been injured fighting for our country and our freedom. Thought help for our disable veterans is never enough for what they gave for our country and for us, we will forever owe each and every one of those heroes a debt that we can’t repay. Here, let’s our sincerely appreciation poems to show our gratitude and love to disabled veterans.


The Bravest Man I Know

By Amanda Whitney

The bravest man I know.
Is a man I’ve never met.
He’s a man who risks his life
To save a friend,
Not only to save a friend,
But to save a nation.
Risking his life
For those he does not know.
Stepping up
Leaving loved ones behind,
So that somewhere,
Someone else won’t have to.
He is a man who follows orders
Even though he knows he might die.

The bravest man I know.
Is the man who would rather die,
So one more person could go home
To see his family again.
The man who stares death in the face,
But never blinks.

The bravest man I know.
Is the man who risks his life
So one day the world may be a better place for his children.
Or any man who goes against his biggest fear.
DEATH
Just to save someone he loves.

The bravest man I know.
Is the man who fights
So another man can have the taste of sweet freedom.
Not fighting only for his own benefit,
But for many others all over the world,
Fighting to make this world a better place.
That’s the bravest man I know.


Freedom is not Free

By Ashley Persyn

There is a price we pay for freedom
For it is not truly free
But rather paid for by the contributions of veterans
To buy our liberty
As their blood drains from their body and runs like a river through the grass
Over the years it’s forgotten, war is placed in our past
I don’t think we all realize the importance veterans play
as they voluntarily serve America each and every day
We should honor the veterans for they act like a shield
Protecting us from danger, keeping America healed.
So if you would take a second to commemorate
You will instantly see
We owe veterans our gratitude
For they are the reason we are free

Veterans Day Poems

October 31st, 2011 | Posted by MilitaryGifts in Military Appreciation Poems - (Comments Off on Veterans Day Poems)

Patriotic poems should always include Veteran’s Day poems. When you use our Veterans Day poems for greetings to veterans, for Veterans Day events, for printing on Veterans Day programs, etc., please be sure to include somewhere on the card, gifts or program.

Here are two patriotic poems honoring our veterans. Veterans Day peoms should include all veterans, living and dead.

 

Veterans Day

By Taylor Weinman

Representing the red white and blue
The colors of our flag stand out proud and true.
The white stars on blue background with red and white stripes
Remind me of these veterans, who all risked their lives.
Just so the people of the U.S. could all live in peace and be free
These are the heroes that represent you and me.
They stood up strongly, untied as one,
And kept up the fighting until they were done.
And although some have fallen, and lost their lives in war,
We pray for each one of them.
And now that their souls live on forever more,
Above in God’s hands.
They watch over our nation,
And give us strength to triumph over others with strong anticipation.
So every year, when this day comes by,
Think of all the veterans that while fighting, had to die.
And remember that they were people
With fire and passion embedded inside.
They die for this country,
So remember and honor them with pride

 

Honor Our Military

By Joanna Fuchs

Let’s honor our veterans,
The men and women who served,
Whose dedication to our country
Does not falter, halt or swerve.
Let’s respect them for their courage;
They’re ready to do what’s right
To keep America safe,
So we can sleep better at night.
Let’s support and defend our soldiers,
Whose hardships are brutal and cruel,
Whose discipline we can’t imagine,
Who follow each order and rule.
Here’s to those who choose to be warriors
And their helpers good and true;
They’re fighting for American values;
They’re fighting for me and you.