The Patriot Project
By Queen E. F. Phillips
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Published: Oct. 11, 2011
Words: 2,422 (approximate)
A collection of inspirational poems, prose and prayers to express appreciation and honor for the service and sacrifice of U. S. Veterans and military personnel serving our country. The author's poems are if divinely inspired to capture the personal sentiments of those serving in combat.
A collection of inspirational poems, prose and prayers expressing gratitude to U. S. Veterans and all military personnel on active duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, in addition to those stationed throughout the United States and abroad. The poems are divinely inspired expressions as if spoken from the heart of those serving in combat. This book is a tribute to all military personnel, past, present and future to honor their service and willingness to risk their life the sake of peace and freedom. This collection is one way to express appreciation and honor to all military personnel in the five branches of U.S. Armed Forces: Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy, and the Coast Guard.
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The Patriot Project
The Patriot Project is a collection of poems, prose and prayers to honor the service and sacrifice of those who
have served and continue to serve in U. S. military
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