tankermone

tankermone
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U.S.Army vet, father - three, gf - six. I write about everything, in poetry mostly. I served in Armor, laid cement, tied steel, laid pipe, worked retail, tutored and enjoy and love the United States!
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Recent pages by tankermone

Genetics is not a root cause of homosexuality, but choice is. DNA is not the factor but rather it is a freely given lifestyle.
A moment of pure bliss between two lovers! Read more: http://authspot.com/poetry/your-kiss-poem/#ixzz3c1vSFy65
My love, my life, my loss! A memory of what could have been!
What a soldier thinks about while abroad for his country. Read more: http://authspot.com/poetry/a-soldiers-thoughts-3/#ixzz3c1wmAcEY
We, as a nation, suffer from apathy, not caring much about those who would destroy this nation – anarchists! Read more: http://authspot.com/poetry/anarchy-and-apathy-poem-3/#ixzz3Z0f3DMJh
Marriage is a sacred union, and sex should be kept in that state, but too often we have sex outside of marriage without thinking of the consequences to the lust we fulfill!
Oh, to enjoy the day, so, awake, and have at it! Read more: http://authspot.com/poetry/awake-poem/#ixzz3Rl0F3KBn
We are giving into the desires of outsiders, throwing away our heritage, bringing death to this country through attrition. Read more: http://authspot.com/poetry/long-shadows-poem/#ixzz3RkyKFwvJ
We go through life, some experiencing pain and heartache, and others not. But if we don’t experience pain, how do we really appreciate the life we have?
Man must work to accomplish everything, because nothing is given. If we remember that there is no true handout, our lives will be the better for it, although we will sweat to get there!
On June 6, 1944, the Allies gave their all against Nazi-occupied Europe in the invasion of D-Day! It has now been 70 years and we should still remember their struggle on that horrific morning in France! Long live the brave and noble!
On Memorial Day, take a few minutes to remember the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives in the betterment of mankind through their service in the armed forces! Freedom is never free, but must be paid for in work and blood!
So many of us make New Year’s resolutions, which quickly fall by the wayside; instead, make a pact that you will be better, and treat others better each day for the rest of your life. Be someone you could look up to, a role model, rather than just another fallen traveler.
Global warming hypothesis sends a team of experts to the South Pole to prove their predictions, only to have nature tell them in no uncertain terms – You’re wrong!
Sometimes, life gets us down, but hold on, stay in the game, because just around the corner, when we least expect it, something wonderful is about to happen with and for you! Have hope!
When a man, or woman, in denial, decides to accept a substitute for their family, in the form of alcohol!
The search begins anew for a love. When one is lost, another must be found, as we are creatures in need of love!
Wounds, both physical and unseen, follow the soldier throughout the rest of their lives! These are very real wounds which are hard to heal, and quite hard to deal with!
PTSD and its effects follows all soldiers, some more than others, and we should be aware of its effects!
Why we fight for our country! As soldiers, we have pledged to defend, even to our deaths, this country!
God gave us the greatest gift of all, his love and salvation, and he started that with the birth of Jesus, which we celebrate at Christmas!
We’ve heard them all talk, and wondered how much air could be inside their heads, but then, like, that’s cool, like, you know! Valley girls, their talk, and the culture they brought us!
How can so much insanity go on, even with many of us pointing it out? Yet, the insane keep going, doing the same things as always, oblivious to the consequences!
On this 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination, we humbly remember a better, more sacred time in our nation’s history, filled with blood, and the tatters of a great man’s legacy!
The changing of the leaves in the Fall is such a beautiful experience!
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