Poetry


From Across The Sea

By Roy Rawlinson
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A 1000 Pieces

The horrors of Gettysburg

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Antietum

More terrible carnage

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Avalon

My tribute to Robert E Lee

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Blood Red Snow

For all the men of Shiloh

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Christmas Tears

A mothers unknown loss at Christmas.

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Come Follow Joe Cain

The original origins of Mardi Gras in Mobile, Alabama,
as told to me by my great friend Steve B.

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Coming home

The Bulloch brothers, at rest in Liverpool
but reclaimerd by the UDC in 2001

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Cotton Fields Of Courage

My tribute to Stonewall Jackson

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Fear Not

Reassurance about the war

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The Ghost Of Johnny Reb

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The Hero From Afar

Thomas H Cuddy, forgotten man of the Alabama

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The Hunley

For men who`s bravery surpassed all bounds

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I Wept For Thee

The horrors of war and reconstruction.

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In Dreams Of Gray

Surreal dream, or reality?

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Joy

A wife`s joy at some wonderful news.

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Keeping The Dream Alive

I cannot tell you just how much I admire these ladies,
there is not enough room here

Hopefully, my poem says it all.

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Lady Of The Grave

Based on a real event in Hollywood Cemetary, Richmond VA.

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Lest Ye Forget

The title says it all

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Men who died in vain
The last days of the war

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Maybe a Thousand Years
Death and resurrection at Gettysburg

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My Dying Day

Pre battle fears

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My Heart lies In A Cornfield

From a true story by Steve, of the army of Tennessee,
freezing in the winter of 64

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My Lonely Room

An innocent soldier awaits his execution

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The Orchard

A friends visit to the peach orchard at Shiloh

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The Price

The price that men pay in war

The re-enactors tale plus Dedication

"My tribute to re-enactors from both sides".

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Seminary Ridge

The title says it all

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The Train To Danville

Raphael Semmes epic escape from Ricvhmond to Danville

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The Valley Road

Written for my dear friend Annette.
A walk in the Shenandoah Valley, remebering those who went before.

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The Wall

Pickett`s Charge

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-Whispered Strands

Death at Vicksburg.

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