i am a non active duty Marine. My combat experiance has changed my view on things. And while i am not very good i try to scrible the odd poem when i can. but mostly i will end up showing you some of my favorite poetry. so bear with my lack of muse.
My fiancée would kill me so sorry to say I can't. She's already pissy I'm on this site with "all the beautiful women". And a woman always outranks a man so I follow orders.
Okay who's got a good service tatoo? I have the names of the St. Michael and St. Barbara intertwined around a cross on the inside of my upper arm and a globe and anchor on the shoulder of my other arm.
Fatigues. Never have to fuckin think about what to wear
i lost my first marine in fallujha....
My fiancé and I are expecting our first child soon. Any advice? I can lead a group of men and keep them alive but this is a little beyond me. And advice tips and heads up will be greatly appreciated
Where The Stars And Stripes And Eagle Fly- Aaron TippinWell if you ask me where I come fromHere's what I tell everyoneI was born by God's dear graceIn an extraordinary placeWhere the stars and stripes and the eagle flyIt's a big 'ol land with countless dreamsHappiness ain't out of reachHard work pays off the way it shouldYeah, I've seen enough to know that we've got it goodWhere the stars and stripes and the eagle flyThere's a lady that stands in a harborFor what we believeAnd there's a bell that still echoesThe price that it cost to be freeI pledge allegiance to this flagAnd if that bothers you, well that's too badBut if you got pride and you're proud you doHey, we could use some more like me and youWhere the stars and stripes and the eagle flyYes there's a lady that stands in a harborFor what we believeAnd there's a bell that still echoesThe price that it cost to be freeNo, it ain't the only place on earthBut it's the only place that I preferTo love my wife and raise my kidsHey, the same way that my daddy didWhere the stars and stripes and the eagle flyWhere the stars and stripes and the eagle...flyWhere the stars and stripes and the eagle fly
Tracy Lawrence - If I Dont Make It BackWe went out for beers and a couple of laughsKnowin' full well that every bad joke that Jimmy toldMight be his lastSo we laughed like the world wasn't at warSaid things to him we'd never said beforeAnd he teared up as he held up his glassHe said, boys, if I don't make it backHave a beer for me, don't waste no tears on meOn Friday night sit on the visitors sideAnd cheer for the home teamDrive my Camaro, 90 miles an hour down Red Rock RoadWith 'Born to Run' blastin' on the radioAnd find someone good enough for AmyWho will love her like I would haveIf I don't make it backWe said, hey, man that ain't gonna happenDon't even think like thatIf we know you, you'll pull through without a scratchHe pulled me aside in the parkin' lotSaid, Amy and me we're gonna tie the knotYou're my best man, just wanted you to know thatJust in case I don't make it backHave a beer for me, don't waste no tears on meOn Friday night sit on the visitors sideAnd cheer for the home teamDrive my Camaro, 90 miles an hour down Red Rock RoadWith 'Born to Run' blastin' on the radioAnd find someone good enough for AmyWho will love her like I would haveIf I don't make it backIf the good Lord calls me homeI'd like to think my friendsWill think about me when I'm goneWell, Miller Lite ain't my brandBut I drink one every now and then, in his honourAnd we ain't missed a home game yetHad that Camero at 110 on Red Rock RoadWhen the speakers blowedAnd I introduced Amy to a friend of mine from MonroeHe's a good ol' boyBut you know, she just ain't ready
John Michael Montgomery - Letters From HomeMy Dearest son, it's almost JuneI hope this letter catches up with youAnd finds you wellIt's been dryBut they're callin' for rainAnd everything's the same old sameIn JohnsonvilleYour stubborn old daddy Ain't said too muchBut I'm sure you know He sends his loveAnd she goes onIn a letter from homeI hold it up and show my buddiesLike we ain't scared And our boots ain't muddyAnd they all laughLike there's something funny'Bout the way I talkWhen I say, "Mamma sends her best, y'all"I fold it up and put it in my shirtPick up my gun and get back to workAnd it keeps me drivin' onWaitin' on letters from homeMy dearest love, it's almost dawnI've been lyin' here all night longWonderin' where you might beI saw your mamma And I showed her the ringMan on the television Said somethingSo I couldn't sleepBut I'll be alright, I'm just missin' youAnd this is me kissin' youX's and O's in a letter from homeI hold it up and show my buddiesLike we ain't scared And our boots ain't muddyAnd they all laugh'Cause she calls me honey,But they take it hard'Cause I don't read the good partsI fold it up and put it in my shirtPick up my gun and get back to workAnd it keeps me drivin' onWaitin' on letters from homeDear son, I know I ain't writtenI'm Sittin' here tonight alone in the kitchenIt occurs to meI might not have said itSo I'll say it now"Son, You make me proud"I hold it up and show my buddiesLike we ain't scared And our boots ain't muddyBut no one laughs'Cause there's ain't nothin' funny When a soldier criesAnd I just wipe my eyesI fold it up and put it in my shirtPick up my gun and get back to workAnd it keeps me drivin' onWaitin' on letters from homeor
SEMPER FI to all my brothers out there and the only true heros the ones we left behind
Not the longest but decent for an hour of work in my opinion. For my Muse, my Mary. Six months. Six months since I have seen you and all the difference it has made. You walk into our house, showing you will always out rank me here, even if you’re a little overburdened right now. Six months that have changed our life already. You think your condition has robbed you of your beauty, but it...
Added 07 Jan 2012 | Category Love Stories
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