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The Soldier's Poem Book | [Charles E. Stebbins]

The Soldier's Poem Book

Freedom comes at a high cost. Men and women are willing to fight and die for our great country, and they encounter some of the greatest emotional struggles of all. Soldiers have families and loved ones they miss dearly while miles away in the heart of battle. Soldiers have lost friends while fighting. Soldiers have formed lifelong friendships with those that make it through the battle with them.
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Publisher's Summary

Our freedom is not free

Go to any cemetery and see

Look for any serviceman's grave

See what price he had to pay

Freedom comes at a high cost. Men and women are willing to fight and die for our great country, and they encounter some of the greatest emotional struggles of all. Soldiers have families and loved ones they miss dearly while miles away in the heart of battle. Soldiers have lost friends while fighting. Soldiers have formed lifelong friendships with those that make it through the battle with them. Here, in A Soldier's Poem Book, readers will gain insight into the heart of mind of some of our country's finest, the ones willing to pay the price for the freedom we enjoy. Many times, long after the battles end, these are the thoughts of a dedicated soldier, husband, father, and God-fearing man. These pages are a reminder that many have served and many more will serve to keep our country strong under God.

©2010 Charles E. Stebbins (P)2010 Tate Publishing

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