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Links 1 through 10 of 13 by Ilona Meagher tagged poetry

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Recently, I came across the following poem by a blogger who goes by the name of Universal. The lines were written after talking with a friend coping with combat PTSD, and the links are the original ones created by the author.

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On May 5, 2007, the Voices in Wartime education project is sponsoring a poetry reading by Iraq veteran Brian Turner, author of the collection “Here, Bullet”, some very powerful poems.

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One of the most powerful ways to communicate and process an intense experience like combat is through art. Returning vets from Iraq and Afghanistan are no different than past veterans, and they've begun sharing their poetry, paintings, and musings with us

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You were a father, a soldier, a husband, a son - Your service and memory will live on - Your heart and mind would not forget - The war and horror would not relent

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To recognize those who carry the burdens of worry during periods of war. Worry Balm by Arlene Gay Levine

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The Statistics were a group of soldiers deployed in Iraq between January of 2004 and March of 2005. The posts from this period are an expression of our raw emotions and thoughts while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom II. Since being honorably discharged

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Today, PTSD Combat is 'pinning a poppy on' in order to pay tribute to our veterans. From the battlefields of World War I, weary soldiers brought home the memory of a barren landscape transformed by wild poppies. To honor their sacrifice, communities and

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If you live in Massachusetts, you may want to check out some of the many events taking place in Nostio's month-long program, Stories of War and Return.

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I recently received approval to reprint the following moving poem written by a soldier who'd served in Mosul, Iraq with the mighty 101st Airborne. Known as Mr. Sandman, he's been blogging on his experiences in Iraq, as well as his experiences with PTSD no

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