A Visitor from the Past

A Visitor from the Past

by Thelen Paulk I had a dream the other night, I did not understand A figure walking through the mist, with flintlock in his hand His clothes were torn and dirty; As he stood there by my bed, he took off his three cornered hat And speaking low, he said, "We fought a...

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 America, Why I Love Her

 America, Why I Love Her

  By John Wayne You ask me why I love her, well, give me time, I’ll explain. Have you seen a Kansas Sunset, or an Arizona rain? Have you drifted on a buoy down Louisiana way? Have you watched the cold fog drifting over San Francisco Bay? Have you heard a Bob White...

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I Am Your Flag

I Am Your Flag

I am your Flag I was born on June 14th, 1777. I am more than just cloth shaped into design. I am the refuge of the World's oppressed people. I am the silent sentinel of Freedom. I am the emblem of the greatest sovereign nation on earth. I am the inspiration for which...

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The Hyphen

The Hyphen

John Mitchum and Howard Barnes Recited by John Wayne The Hyphen, Webster’s Dictionary defines, Is a symbol used to divide a  compound word or a single word.  So it seems to me that when a man calls himself an “Afro-American,” a “Mexican-American,” “Italian-American,”...

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The Approach of Danger

The Approach of Danger

                                                                             by  Abraham Lincoln   This government must be preserved, in spite of the acts of any man or set of men.  No where in the world is there presented a government of so much liberty and...

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