A web site that shares the emotional and spiritual experiences of the Vietnam War through poetry, stories, and photos by combat veterans.

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Vietnam Poetry & Short Stories

GUEST POETS

 Loyde "Snake" Arender

(Bio & photos)

Poems

"This War"

"Think of Me"

"Crying in the Rain"

"The Point Man"

"Cliches"

"Semper Fi Heart"

Victor H. Bausch

Draft Notice

Civil War of The Soul

R & R

What They Wanted

Keith (Hacksaw) Bodine

"21"

"Incoming"

"Crashing Waves"

"Dinosaur"

"God and Hope"

"In Country"

"Auto Rotation"

"Please"

"My Family"

"New Men"

"People of Nam"

"Misery"

"Sessions"

"Rich and Famous"

"Years"

"The Vietnam Alphabet Poem"

"Those Who Want To Be But Weren't"

"TRP"

Marvin Camp

We Gave A Shit

Once Forgotten

Though The Cargo Door Window

She's A Good old Girl

(Tribute To A Huey)

To The DMZ and Back 

To Touch The Past

A Foot In Heaven And Foot In Hell

Gentle Reminders, Bad Memory

Bruce E. Carlson

"The Grand Dame"

Jerry Conners

RAYMOND CARLEY REMEMBERED

Robert Dirr

"Another Protest"

"The Ballad of Tran Me Luk"

"Billie Joe"

"Garden Party"

"Medic - My Three Dreams"

"Parasites"

Edward Ewing

"Snow Upon The Jungle Floor"

"Oh Whatís His Name John Charles Hughes"

Charlie Fortner

Flag of Freedom

But For The Grace of God

It's a Shack

Phillip A.  Gaudette

"Freedom"

William Haynes

Schulzie's Done It Again

Roger Heard

"I Just Stopped To Say Goodbye"

    "The Boys of War"

"Wall of Honor"

"The War is Over"

Gregory A. Helle

"Dead Eyes"

"Survival" 

"Forgiveness"

"Money"

"Dreams"

"Violated"

Stan Hutchison

DUSTOFF

WE DID WHAT HAD TO BE DONE

THE LADIES OF WAR

A SLOW WALK IN A COLD RAIN

I AINíT NO HERO

A SOLDIERíS BURDEN

Australian Veteran

 Lachlan Irvine

Tell Me What It Was Really Like

He Was A Mate

No Place To Hide

The Wall - An Australian View

Morning Stand-up 

William Norman Janes, Sr.

    " The Captain"

       "Hey You"

"Requiem"

"On Losing Friends"

"The Six O'clock News"

"The Change"

"After The Storm"

Guy L. Jones

A Tear for Those Who Gave All

As I Stare Out This Window

As The Darkness of Night Falls

By The Light of The Rising Sun

Last Patrol

Al Kimball

"Reflections In The Wall"

Dr. Jerry Komar

Rock And Roll Warriors

Battlefield Angels

Savior Down

Salvatore Latina

When Brooklyn Was The World

Ron Leonard

"The Gift"

"The Sky"

"My War"

"Other Things We Carried"

Dick Mather

It is Night in Vietnam

Bobby L. McBride

"War Years" 

"Everything I Ever Needed to Know in Life..."

Billie N. McDonald

The One Red Rose..

Frank J. Montoya

"There is one Patrol still out"

"The Wall"

"Wounds To the Spirit"

"My Parade, At Last!"

"The Friend"

Eric Nelson

"Father Mine"

Steve Newton

"Where Art My Brothers"

Anthony W. Pahl

"Autumn Fall"

"See! A Thousand Yards"

"Stand Too"

"A Question of Being Me"

"Borrowed Time"

"Buried Alive"

"Closure"

"Ceremony of Death"

 "Dying to Stay Home"

Kerry "Doc" Pardue

"Some called me medic..."

"The War At Home"

"Where are you going..."

"The Old Man and The Mountain"

"To my unforgotten hero"

"Emily"

"Band of Brothers"

"A Time of War... A Time of Peace"

"Today, Tomorrow and Yesterday"

"Long May She Wave"

"Where Are My Children?"

"Every Day is Memorial Day"

"Welcome Home Our Sisters"

Keith Harold Rohring

"Zoomie Heaven"

Jack Sprouse

Firefight

Round Eyes

Road To No Where

Bill Stroud

"We The People"

John Tompkins

"Eyes of Nam"

"To All Soldiers"

 

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