Category Archives: Viet Nam Veterans

A Name Upon This Wall

     Vietnam, speaking of unpopular, was a travesty. The way the we, (the government) waged the war was a travesty, the way it was covered on the nightly news was a travesty, the way the public and the so-called celebrities supported the enemy … Continue reading

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A Name Upon This Wall

I apologize for posting this so soon after the original post, but it is a fitting poem for this weeks theme. As you know, the Viet Nam war was a divisive time in America‘s history. There were no parades for the returning … Continue reading

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A Name Upon This Wall

     As I said yesterday, my friend Bim,(Eileen) inspired this poem when she mentioned that she was going to go down to the Viet Nam Memorial in Washington, D.C. in November in honor of Veteran’s Day. She asked me if I had ever written anything … Continue reading

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