Soldiers Tribute, Creative Writing

Updated on March 31, 2019
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Soldiers deserve honor and great recognition! Thus, my song dedicated to these brave ones, Eagles Wings, is a tribute to their heroism.

Soldiers Tribute

Thank you, Brave Heroes!
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Soldiers bravely take to the battlefield and fight

These young heroes battle day and night

While proudly proving love to their country and its truth

As mothers pray on their knees and brave every war too

Soldiers Tribute

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Billy Jean - Vocal - Michael Jackson

Soldiers Tribute, Creative Writing

It was more like an epic scene from a surreal dream

Spreading its wings, it sang a song, as tears filled its eyes

Singing that freedom is bought with blood

Crystals filled my eyes too, singing that freedom is bought with blood


There was still more that the Eagle said, ’bout all the bloodshed

And every word churned and burned through the depths of my soul

Singing that freedom is bought with blood

Soldiers bravely take to the battlefield and fight

These young heroes battle day and night

While proudly proving love to their country and its truth

As mothers pray on their knees and brave every war too


The Eagle sang through crystal tears

Singing, make soldiers’ lives count by living right

And the Eagle spread its wings

Freedom became more sweet, as the Eagle spread its wings


The Eagle told me not to cry,

But live my life in truth

And take honor and love as my stand

With helpful hands

’Cause freedom is bought with brave men’s blood *(and, women’s too)!

So whenever all seems lost just remember each soldier’s high cost

(Their high cost)!

(High cost)!


Then, the Eagle’s wings fluttered gently

Brought me to my knees

Its pride so noble got me smiling in time

Its vow became mine

Because freedom is bought with blood always


Soldiers bravely take to the battlefield and fight

These young heroes battle day and night

Giving up their lives, each one

Through blood, sweat, and brave tears

They dismiss their own fears

Giving up their young years


The Eagle sang through crystal tears

Singing, make soldiers’ lives count by living right

And the Eagle spread its wings


The Eagle sang through crystal tears

Singing, make soldiers’ lives count by living right

And the Eagle spreads its wings


Soldiers bravely take to the battlefield and fight

These young heroes battle day and night

Giving up their lives, each one

Through blood, sweat, and brave tears

They dismiss their own fears

Giving up their young years

Soldiers Tribute

Thank you, Heroes!
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Soldiers Tribute, Creative Writing

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Soldiers Tribute, Creative Writing

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Soldiers Tribute, Creative Writing

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Soldiers Tribute, Creative Writing

Soldiers Tribute, Creative Writing

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      • Rhyme Vine Poetry profile imageAUTHOR

        Tamara Yancosky Moore 

        7 months ago from Uninhabited Regions

        Thank you so much, Bill! And, I know that our soldiers appreciate your kind comment, too. I’m so pleased that you stopped by!

        Tamara

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        William Kovacic 

        7 months ago from Pleasant Gap, PA

        I really like the special talent you have, Tamara, of being able to put your words to other songs. Another job well done! And of course, our soldiers always deserve high recognition.

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        Tamara Yancosky Moore 

        8 months ago from Uninhabited Regions

        Thank you so much, Louise! I appreciate your comment more than I can say.

        Hugs,

        Tamara

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        Louise Powles 

        8 months ago from Norfolk, England

        That's a lovely poem dedicated to the bravery of soldiers. It's a beautiful piece of writing.

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        Tamara Yancosky Moore 

        8 months ago from Uninhabited Regions

        Flourish,

        Your comment is very sweet. Thank you! And, I know our soldiers thank you, too (Hugs) xx

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        Tamara Yancosky Moore 

        8 months ago from Uninhabited Regions

        Thanks Dora! What a lovely and positive comment. I really appreciate it, as do our soldiers! (Smiles)

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        FlourishAnyway 

        8 months ago from USA

        This is a reminder of soldiers’ sacrifices for our country. Thank you for sharing.

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        Dora Weithers 

        8 months ago from The Caribbean

        Great tribute to the soldiers and their brave souls symbolized by the eagle. They deserve all the honor they get and more.

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        Tamara Yancosky Moore 

        8 months ago from Uninhabited Regions

        Mark,

        Thank you so much for your very kind comment and I know that our soldiers appreciate it, too!

        Tamara

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        Mark Tulin 

        8 months ago from Santa Barbara, California

        Eagles make a great metaphor for soldiers bravery. Nice poem.

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        Tamara Yancosky Moore 

        8 months ago from Uninhabited Regions

        It is true that True Freedom will come our way only by Jesus Christ. And, even now, we can be free, from within, when we have a close bond with our Lord, and Savior.

        I do not know enough about worldly issues in order to get into politics, but I do know that our soldiers risk their lives out on the battlefield in a good conscience, and with bravery in their hearts.

        I salute the U.S. Soldiers for their sacrifice, now, yesterday, and in the future to come.

        Thank you for your interesting comment, and I am happy that you like my tribute to these American Heroes.

        Tamara

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        Elijah A Alexander Jr 

        8 months ago from Washington DC

        I was only an aircraft mechanic during the Vietnam War and had no injuries from it but when I look back on it I want to puke. There we young, mostly boys, were spilling our blood behind an act of treason for a nation who primarily wanted to extend America's dream of being the empire here mother, Great Britain, failed to accomplish without any moral reason. Then I looked at the nation's constitution and the actual history we are allow to read and found taking this land and every war against foreign nations including Mexico violated violated the supreme law.

        To this day I have yet to see any freedom attained from any war's blood shed but I am now aware that true freedom, for those desiring it, WILL BE bought by a single man's bloodshed in the near future. May who is to be called the Christ hurry into his temple so we can experience peace for the first time in my 73 years.

        Well said, Yancosky, although NO freedom has come from any war's blood.

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