Tags : rememberance

Breathitt County Girls

Breathitt County Girls

A Poem by Deep in the Woodline...


Just an acrostic about a look back into the past and the realization that the dreams of youth are almost never the reality of the future...
Lost Soldier

Lost Soldier

A Poem by Sarah


Your pillow lost its scent Your shirt is still on the floor All a forgotten memory Walking around day-by-day trying to make it through I hide b..
Rememberance

Rememberance

A Story by Syldor


A short little narrative.
Cheesy Grandpa

Cheesy Grandpa

A Poem by Holly M. May


I dedicate this poem to my grandpa who passed away a few years ago. RIP grandpa
The Photograph

The Photograph

A Story by allie_arrowz


Good morning, Lena. Yikes, the grass is still dewy, oh well. Do you like the flowers? I thought you would, daisies have always been your fav..
Winter Sleep

Winter Sleep

A Chapter by Ufi Auttorri ~ UfoAuthor


Sowing the fields of dreams.
Lonely Mountain

Lonely Mountain

A Book by Abdul Batin Osman Bey


Another journey down the rabbit hole of my weird mind
A Gift, only for you

A Gift, only for you

A Poem by Pushkar Prabhat


====A Gift, only for you==== [email protected] prabhat, 2014 I am making something for you, Something like you, like me, S..
Returning to Omaha Beach

Returning to Omaha Beach

A Story by A Jackson


This is written through the eyes of an elderly war veteran as he visits Omaha Beach for the first time since the war. Published in my book under the n..
Dead of the war

Dead of the war

A Poem by barnaby harrison


This poem is for all those who never made it...
The Future of You and I

The Future of You and I

A Story by phantom pains


I won't remember you by tomorrow morning.
Buzzard Bait

Buzzard Bait

A Story by JeffreyAPaolano


An old cowman is given a last chance to be gallant by an ancient love.
Weapons

Weapons

A Poem by Lesley Irma


He keeps the weapons locked up tight in drawer not to remember but to never forget the warto never forget the friends he lost to never forget th..
Will You Remember Me?

Will You Remember Me?

A Poem by Bohrium Guy


Some thoughts on how people will really see me.

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