By: Eagleman | Date: Dec 27, 2011 |Eagleman
Miss Beti...It's been awhile since I've been to your website. WOW!!! You really have done a lot to it.
 
By: J. David McGuire | Date: Dec 22, 2011 |J. David McGuire
What a great web page honoring all those who gave some and those who gave all.
 
By: Mark Hallenbeck | Date: Dec 21, 2011 |Mark Hallenbeck
Thank all of you who have served
 
By: Ken Tarte | Date: Dec 19, 2011 |Ken Tarte
We fell in love with your poem especially at this time of remembrance. We wanted to try to bring it alive with music. Thank you for such lovely words.

Ken, Don, Brian. Sheila, Jo, Andrew, and Jim.
The song, The Final Inspection can be heard at:

http://www.myspace.com/prairiemessengers

We hope this is acceptable
We have written another song called Bomber Boys, which has been transported to England.
 
By: lelia Fischer | Date: Dec 18, 2011 |lelia Fischer
i loved your poem. My grandpa was in world war II, and my uncle was in one of the war. Now one of my cousin is training to go into the air force. I would like to thank you and all the other soldier for all you have done
God Bless You All!!
 
By: Bobbie Davis | Date: Dec 18, 2011 |Bobbie Davis
Thanks for all you do i cant say it enough! Their are no words to express my feelings for our soldiers.My husband just returned from deployment this Aug.It makes me so proud to be a military wife. I hope all is well with you an yours.Thanks again for all you do.
 
By: Rachael Robert | Date: Dec 18, 2011 |Rachael Robert
Thank you for the poem. I have read it serveral time and each time bring more meaning. I first saw the poem hanging on the the wall of a tv show. God bless you, America and our troops. May God protect you all and bring you home soon. Sgt Robert
 
By: crystal bentley | Date: Dec 18, 2011 |crystal bentley
This is truly an amazing poem. It touched my heart as I am sure it has touched many. I cant say that I have lost anyone close to me because of the war but yet I feel like every time I see the news and some young man or woman has lost their life to protect mine, I feel like I have lost too. God Bless
 
By: Christy Brink laFollette, Tennessee | Date: Dec 18, 2011 |Christy Brink laFollette, Tennessee
no words can express the feelings this poem brings when you read it, Thank you and all the men and women that serve to keep us safe. May God watch over you and those that have joined God are now the Angels watching over everyone else.God Bless.
Sgt. Joshua, to you and your family
May God bless you withl a speedy recovery. Thank you for putting your life on the line to keep mine safe.
 
By: biber hapı | Date: Dec 18, 2011 |biber hapı
I am anxiously waiting to hear from you regarding The Brandeis Book and Author Luncheon, in the fall, where we are inviting you to be our guest speaker. Please advise your interest.
 
By: biber hapı | Date: Dec 17, 2011 |biber hapı
I am anxiously waiting to hear from you regarding The Brandeis Book and Author Luncheon, in the fall, where we are inviting you to be our guest speaker. Please advise your interest.
 
By: stacey bell | Date: Nov 19, 2011 |stacey bell
Wow what else is there to say....... THANK YOU and speedy recovery xx
 
By: Nikki Messer | Date: Nov 17, 2011 |Nikki Messer
I have also read and re-read this poem...many times. Thank you for your selflessness. The poem is beautiful, and has so much meaning for parents of all the men who wear the uniform, as well. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart.
 
By: MCpl Kelly Scales (Ret'd) | Date: Nov 15, 2011 |MCpl Kelly Scales (Ret'd)
Hi Joshua; I've read your poem many times as I've seen it over the years. It's always touched my heart. I just read your bio, saw you were in Vincenzo Italy. I wonder what year that was. I stayed there when I was on leave from my tour from Bosnia in 97 with the Canadian Forces, wouldn't that be something if our paths have crossed at some point in time. Stay strong my friend, you have made your mark on the world.
 
By: Graeme Scott | Date: Nov 14, 2011 |Graeme Scott
I read this poem last night and it brought tears to my eyes and a lump to my throat.
I think that it applies to soldiers of every nation, not just the American military and for that reason should be read all over the world.
 
By: Ian Stewart | Date: Nov 14, 2011 |Ian Stewart
Very touching and heart-felt. My hat goes off the soldiers of any war -- "Greater love hath no man than this: A man lays down his life for his friends" Jesus says in John 15:13
 
By: Giovanni (John) Colombo | Date: Nov 11, 2011 |Giovanni (John) Colombo
Canadian Armed Forces - 1985 to 1994. This poem rings true especially for all who have shared and stood ground together.
 
By: JACQUELINE KING | Date: Nov 10, 2011 |JACQUELINE KING
Thankyou for writing this truly beautiful poem. We had this poem read out at my dear dad's funeral recently, he was a veteran serving many years in the UK army including the SAS. My dad had this poem amongst his personal papers as he obviously connected with the words. Once again thankyou for putting pen to paper so wonderfully.
 
By: chris parkhouse | Date: Nov 10, 2011 |chris parkhouse
dear sgt Joshua,
Thank you for putting into words the thoughts of generations of service people throughout the world. Please keep writing.
 
By: Beti | Date: Nov 9, 2011 |Beti
It's going to be Veterans Day soon. I just want to say THANK YOU and GOD BLESS to all our Veterans and those still serving. May you all know that there are so many people wishing you well and being so very grateful for you dedication, sacrifice and patriotism. We speak English because of you! ♥

THANK YOU!
 

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