Patriotic Poems

 

 

 

 

Patriotic Poetry

from an American's heart

Written by Heartsong A/K/A Jan (Sanford) Tetstone, sanhun,Janicesanford61

Born: Janice Manning,a direct descendent of Simon/Symon de Manning        [ Birth  date: circa 1235]

1776-2021

A lot has happened
in the USA
Since the first Americans
proclaimed their liberty
on Independence Day.

Since Americans like
George Washington,
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
and other honorable leaders
like them, others have filled
their political shoes but
only a few have held
a place in American hearts like
Washington, Lincoln, and
Jefferson still do.

We have come a long way since
slavery was brought to our shores
and divided our nation ---since
state right issues tore at
every American heart--since
JPMorgan and like minded men
plotted, planned and twisted the
issues of the day to steal from
all future generations the right
to their share of the American
dream- and what better way could
there be than to use their combined
wealth to make slavery the issue of
the Civil War days.

How would any one ever find out
that greedy men- in back rooms- were
plotting to make their offspring
the only inheritors of the American
dream?

Two hundred-forty-five years ago
the Declaration of Independence proclaimed:
 ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL
with a natural born right to life
and liberty.

As Americans let us once more resolve
ourselves to the task of insuring
that every American, regardless of color
or creed, have a God given right to
a share of the American Dream.

Stand Proud America-you have never fail
to inspire the best in men, though
some living under your colors of Red,
White and Blue have betrayed the
American way- for a life of greed.

I'm proud to be an American---to proud
of America to be silenced when justice
needs a voice to speak.

Happy 4th of July! God Bless America!

8:17pm July 2, 2021

 

 

I Stand for My Country

Today, I stand to defend
the three percent of the
English colonist.
who loved liberty enough,
to draw blood,
and die if need be
that their offspring might live
the American dream..

Today, I stand to defend
Americans betrayed
from within..... while
their tears, sweat and blood
was spilled, for the worthy
and unworthy, while
nurturing the Liberty tree.

Today, watching
all that I hold dear
being striped and
replaced by those
who will never know
what it means
to be an  American
standing proudly
for God, country and
fellow countrymen, I grieve.

Only an American
knows what it means...
to be an inheritor
of liberty...
with the duty to fight
and die if need be ,
that all future
generations
might sleep and wake,
safe, beneath the branches
of the Liberty tree.
8:35pm March 30, 2021

Memory Keepers

We are the memory keepers
For the American dream
We are the reminders of
bigger and better things...

We are the heart of ole Glory
The red, White, and Blue
We are the American Spirit
That toils and lives inside of you...

We are the memory Keepers
For those Americans whose
Blood, sweat, tears
and prayer galore...
Built a nation under God
Then opened freedom of choice's
Door...

We are the memory Keepers
For Life, Liberty, and Justice for all
We carry the lamp of Liberty....
that lights up freedom's shore.
The glimmer of hope
The meaning of what it is that
keeps Americans free.

We are Americans!
We will die, and lay down next to
fellow Americans for all eternity
Before living in a country
Where a people ain't free.

We are the Memory Keepers
By birth and through choice
We are the heart of the United States
of America...
We are freedom's voice.

When new comers come
just to live as they please
And try to change the things that makes
America free
We are here to remind them
it's not foreigners who made, and keeps
Americans free.

It's those who chose, and choose every day,
for the safety of all Americans
to put their self-centeredness away.

We are the memory keepers
For the American dream
We are the reminders of
bigger and better things...

We are the heart of ole Glory
The red, White, and Blue
We are the American Spirits
Living, Americans, inside of each of you.
By Janice Sanford
Copyright 2007

Written in memory
of a fallen American


My Dear Country

My dear Country...
For two hundred thirty five years you
have led the way to liberty's door
and welcomed millions to your shore.

You have stood a beacon of hope
A land where dreams come true
For millions and millions more

Since the First Americans proclaimed
Their independence over two hundred
Years ago.

You have nurtured the hearts and
Souls of Americans young and old
And your splendor in a world gone
A stray- has never lost its glow.

Your spacious sky, purple mountains,
And shining seas are still there to
Remind us of those brave Americans
Who put the cause of liberty and justice
First.

My dear country...
Under your banner of red, white, and
Blue, slaves were set free.
And women gained equal rights to liberty.

In the light of Lady Liberty strangers
Have adopted you as their own country
And swore to defend you at any cost
To die for you if need be.

Tho you my dear country are not
Perfect in every way you are still the land
Of our Forefathers; the land Americans
Poured their blood, sweat, tears, and
Prayers into, to build you up so grand.

Americans cherish the liberty we
Possess every night and day.
And in out American hearts we know
There is no other country in the world
Like the USA.

Let every American stand to honor this
Great land this fourth of July,
As old Glory ripples in the sky
And once more determine ourselves to
Keep America free.
As we gather together to stand proudly
In remembrance of those who gave so
Much to grow for us the Liberty Tree.

By Janice Sanford
Copyright 2011

America

America, I was born within your boundaries
I have drink from your flowing streams

I have watched your Winters turn to Spring
I have touched the things of your inner core
that makes the heart of people far away leave
their birth land to reach your shore.

America, I have heard your many religion voices
Singing .... and from them learned to seek my God
from within.....
I have heard your many theory voices
and chose for myself to believe in the theory
of my country's founding fathers-the one that so
proudly, for over 200 years- defends the doctrine
of equality among all men.

America, I have heard the stories of old of how
your birth came to be......
But to me it is the stories that I live a part of today,
And what I as an American am willing to take a stand
for, that speaks loudest to the hearts of those who have
never known true liberty.

by Heartsong

American Sons and Daughters
We remember those who made us free
Those who have kept us our liberty
Those who sacrificed and died for every
Americans' right to live and die free.

We remember America's sons and
daughters who put their lives and homes
on hold, and their families who paid the
price for the liberty every American has
today.

We remember at the crack of dawn
as we set safely in our homes
those who's blood was shed for us
that we might have peace and freedom
to call our own.

We remember when we are safe in our
beds at night, those who fight and those
in eternal sleep..... who put their own lives
second to all others that freedom be ours
to keep.

We remember it was not us, individual
Americans who have never had to
live and sleep in a mixture of another's
[or our own] blood, tears, and pray for the
strength to live and fight another day -
who throughout American History
stood for- fought for, and gave their lives for
liberty on the killing fields of war.

Americans may forget their names and their
faces over time but Americans will never forget
what they did [and continue to do] to keep
America free....that all generations, for all times,
might taste freedom from the Liberty Tree
that has been nourished by the blood, sweat,
and tears of the American soldier.

Thank you- American Soldier-from the bottom
of this American's heart.

by Heartsong

America's Heart Bleeds

Does the heart of America bleed?
Yes! Yes! America's heart bleeds.
America's heart bled when the first
American's blood was drawn for
Independence, and liberty.

The heart of America bleeds every time
an American soldier's blood is drawn for
freedom at home or beyond the seas.

Does the heart of America Bleed?
Yes! Yes! America's heart bleeds.
America's heart is pierced every time
An American suffers at the hands of injustice,
And justice is made blind.

The heart of America bleeds every time
her children suffer for the principles
that are the building blocks of American
dreams.

The heart of America bleeds every time
an American soldier's blood is drawn for
freedom at home or beyond the seas.

Does the heart of America bleed?
Yes! Yes! America's heart bleeds.
America's heart bled when the first
American's blood was drawn for
Independence, and liberty.

An American Soldier

Wherever there is a cry for freedom you will find me
fighting for liberty.

I am an American soldier
My home is the home of the brave the land of the free.

I hail from the land where Lady Liberty stands proudly
beside the deep blue sea; the light from her torch
embracing all who seek shelter and a taste of liberty…

I hail from the land where the Eagle flies the skies
guarding all equally from freedom's enemy
Knowing that the liberty he guards for America helps
keep alive the American dream.

Wherever there is a cry for freedom you will find me
fighting for liberty; I am an American soldier
My home is the home of the brave the land of the free.

I hail from a land where Old Glory, my much loved American flag,
Ripples in the sky, a reminder of times gone by
Of the brave men and women who fought hard and long
And never let a strip or star touch the ground
that liberty might live on.

I hail from a land where a soldier's not ashamed to bend on
hand and knee to give thanks to the God of our forefathers
Who’s blood, sweat, tears and prayers went in to making
and keeping America free.

Wherever there is a cry for freedom you will find me
fighting for liberty, I am an American soldier
My home is the home of the brave the land of the free.

Wherever there is a cry for freedom you will find me.
Wearing my love for freedom and my caring for humanity
An American soldier ready to die that another might live free.

-Jan Tetstone
 

Dear American Soldier
by Janice Sanford

Dear American Soldier:

Thank you, from the bottom
of your country's grateful heart
For guarding liberty and
doing your part.

For carrying Old Glory in peace
time and war,
and enduring hardships to keep
oppression from America's shore.

For setting examples for others
to follow proudly...
For being American to the core
And giving of yourself unselfishly.

You are my hero... Because of your
love for the high idea of liberty,
I can nurture the next generation
under the blanket of freedom
your sacrifices wove in the name of
justice for all, and liberty.

Thank you, from the bottom
of your country's grateful heart
For guarding liberty and
doing your part.
 

From An American Heart

There's not a piece of paper big enough
to hold all the 'thank yous' in my heart
I owe to those who laid their lives on the line
For the liberty I call mine;

There's not enough ink,
If I had the procession of a million pens,
to list the names of all the soldiers
who fought that others might live free
who sacrificed so much for me ;

There is not enough time in one lifetime
to tell of my heroes and their deeds....
to tell of those great souls who left the safety
of home and country
To keep the folks back home free.....

So....I will say loud and clear
in a voice filled with pride
On this day
"Thank You, American soldiers,
those living and those who died
that this generation,
and all generations to come,
might reap liberty....

Americans owe so much to each of you
who rallied around the red, white, and blue...
And for as long as there is an American
the American soldier shall live on in the
memories of a grateful heart.
-Janice Sanford-

History's Voice
 

The fate of the United States of America was decided ....
....When the signing of the Declaration gave birth to a
new nation and a new breed of people...
Our founding fathers knew if our nation was to survive
Future generations would have to hold the course, and
heed history's voice,

and be willing.........
to sacrifice no less then they, those who's prayers, blood,
sweat, and tears paved the American way.

Americans have hungered that people on the other
side of the world might be fed. But in our hunger hope
is not dead.

We are a many blooded people who over the years,
somewhere in the blood and tears, have learned
to value the differences among us, and to treasure what
some have left behind as lessons to help us through
When we take a wrong turn, as we have been
known to do, beneath the colors of red, white, and blue.

Through the history they left behind ,we are often reminded
that for as long as we hold high the torch that made us free,
and hold to high idea of life, liberty, and justice for all,
our offspring will be born free, and they will die free .. under
Liberty's Tree.

Americans have every right to stand a little taller
than those countries who sent us their throw- a- ways:
individuals, and families in search of the American dream. ,
those deemed unfit by rulers and kings.

Because the United States of America did what
peoples own birth lands would not do for them.
We opened our arms, in their time of need- and
under Lady Liberty's shining light, welcomed a many
blooded, and a many creed people in.

Americans are the only nation of people in the world
who's bloodline represents every nation in the world

The fate of the United States of America was decided
When the signing of the Declaration gave birth to a
new nation and a new breed of people.............

Our founding fathers knew if our nation was to survive
Future generations would have to hold the course, and
heed history's voice,

and be willing.........
to sacrifice no less then they, those who's prayers, blood,
sweat, and tears paved the American way.

The United States of America will hold to the course,
[of life, liberty and justice for all]

We will remember , in silent revere , our American history
All those who lived, and all who died to keep the
United States of America free.

 

I  Am An American
by Janice Sanford

No Flag but the American Flag will I fight and die under!

I am an American

.... Many years ago my French, and Irish ancestors craved to live,
and raise their families free........
They sailed the high seas to reach the shores of sweet Liberty.
They came in search of the American Dream. They were a people
who left their birth lands to adopt a new land sight unseen.
Many years ago my ancestors roamed free hunted for food and
played in the streams.
French, Indian, and Irish blood runs through my American veins.
I am an American from 'the melting pot' with ' American made'
stamped on my heart.

Because of my immigrant families' unselfishness and their desire not
just to come to America but to be American down to the
core, they left all alliance to their birth counties at freedom's door.

Many years ago my French, and Irish ancestors craved to live
and raise their families free........
They sailed the high seas to reach the shores of sweet Liberty.

Because of the love my ancestors had for their adopted land
and because of the patriotism their offspring nurtured inside of me
I will always be thankful as I hold old glory high
That my families chose to adopt for me
the Home of the brave the land of the free.

French, Indian, and Irish blood runs through my American veins.
I am an American from 'the melting pot' with ' American made'
stamped on my heart.

Justice In America

Justice in America is not without its'
Tears, its' trials, and its' temptations;
It took a whole lot of tears
To nurture this untamed nation.

Justice in America
Is not without its' troubling years
There are times when unjust laws
Causes a river of tears.

Justice in America sometimes
By its mire presence is made blind;
By those who have the awesome duty
Of preserving justice for all times.

Justice in America is not always just-
When deeds of injustice paint justice unkind

But think not with your heart that justice in
America will completely disappear,
Because some American hearts get broken
And some Americans are charged
At the hands of injustice with crying a river of tears.

For the wisdom of justice is in knowing
That justice is made wiser
In the river of tears
That Americans have shed to keep
Justice afloat-throughout the unjust years.
 

Lady Liberty

I wept for the future
Standing here
With my torch's flame
growing dim ,against
the four winds, ....

....In the shadow of all
the greatness that lay
sleeping within.

Forgotten, for a time,
the reason
I was chosen to hold
the torch of Liberty
for all to see.

Laid to rest with the
patriotic dead
Their American dream.

But. Patriotism will forever
live to fight for freedom again.

To the four winds I plea,

In the name of Peace
"Take warning! My name
is Lady Liberty.
Don't underestimate the
off spring of those who
entered at my gate into
the land of the free.

"For. Their fathers hailed
from the four corners of the
earth by ship, and left behind
their birth countries
to get a glimpse of me......

"And when they saw my light
many got down on hand and
knee and swore on the heavens
that they would teach their
off-spring the lessons needed to
keep them free.....

"Take warning! All who seek
to destroy all that I stand for
from within....my torch may
from time to time grow dim
When there are lessons to be learned
but with time the Flame will grow
bright again."

 
Liberty's Alter

Those flag covered coffins
hold more than American
Sons and daughters-

Each encases an American
hero who died on liberty's alter.

Tho their lips have been
silenced and their hearts shall
never again quicken at the sight
of old glory ripplin in the wind....
Their silence testifies of their
unconditional love for their country
and fellow countrymen.

One cannot help but look upon
those flag covered coffins with
sadness and with pride
When one considers the price
of freedom paid by those inside.

Long will Americans be thankful
for those champions of the
red, white, and blue who lived and
died in such away as to move a
grateful nation to tears.

Thank you American soldier
For a job well done
Because of your individual love
for justice and liberty you faced
your foe and fore filled the mission
for which you were born.

Those flag covered coffins
hold more than American
Sons and daughters-
Each encases an American
hero who died on liberty's alter.
By Janice Sanford
Copyright 2006
 

Sacrifices of Others

Free. I am free because of the sacrifices of others ....

.... I have freedoms some still dream about
because of the sacrifices of others

I awaken to freedom in the morning, and fall asleep
in the shadow of the Liberty Tree, because of the
sacrifices of others
I work and play unafraid of my liberty being taken
away, because of the sacrifices of others
I live the American Dream, because of the
sacrifices of others.

While I believe that there is a Heaven and God above
and Jesus Christ who died on the cross because of His love
for me and you
I believe in my heart, that it is the love in a soldier's heart for
liberty that moves him to defend and protect the Red, White,
and Blue.....

That soldiers who pay the price for our liberty are earth's
heroes... who out of love for their country choose to sacrifice
that future generations may reap the fruit from the Liberty
Tree.

Freedom is not free! Was never free, and will never be free
As long as there exist those who believe in inequality among
men and seek to deprive any of life and liberty.

I set here in freedom today, my American sisters and
brothers,
because of the sacrifices of others.

By Heartsong

Take Care of Their Memory


We call them 'American Heroes'
They haled from every part of this
great land . . .

American heroes equal in status
in the hearts of every freedom loving
American . . .

It was the Sacrifices our heroes made
for liberty
That paid the price of our share of
the American dream.

Tho their names we may never know
Americans, for all times, will proudly
declare loud and clear, for the world
to hear, standing beside their graves,
'American heroes rest here!'

Let every American stand proud
On this Memorial Day
As Old Glory ripples in the sky
and determine ourselves once more
to never let the memory of our heroes
die.

By Heartsong

 

The American Spirit
by Janice Sanford


You speak of death, demons, and dying ....
....of the soul of a country lost and crying;
You speak of tomorrow with fear and doubt
Of denial and hate you scream and shout;
You speak of a country without justice at all
of a time when liberty shall wither and fall;
You speak of things that trouble your soul
of the flowers of yonder once young now old;
You speak loudly you speak clear
hoping and praying someone will hear;
You speak from your heart of times of old
now memories, whispers of life's sweeter songs
You speak of things to come before they unfold
You speak but do not hear the voices
coming to you in the night and whispering
to your soul words of brighter and
better things; You speak of death, demons,
and dying of the soul of a country lost and crying;
You speak of a country without justice at all
of a time when liberty shall wither and fall
Yet, you do not hear the cries of heroes from
grass covered graves assuring you
liberty in their arms will always be safe.
You speak but when will you hear
The American spirit walking this land
always on guard always near?

The Eagle's Scream

America deserves the best ....

….She has been bent and swayed
but she has passed the test.

America is more then the home
of the brave the land of the free
she's the place where the eagle
flies and with an eagle's eye guards
liberty from the sky.

Where Lady Liberty stands in old
age just as proud as she did when
she welcomed the first immigrants
to America's shore.....

Yes, America deserves much more from the
offspring of those who suffered to keep her free
And, unless we heed the eagle's scream warning
us danger lurks within, future Americans will lose
the right to the American dream, and have to fight
for their liberty all over again.

Being an American carries with it the duty
to defend a way of life based on the theory
that regardless of one's status in life each of us
have the God given right to live and die free.

The real American heroes are those who
would sacrifice not just life and limb for liberty
but would give up a little bit of their own freedom
for the good of the many, if the need be.

It seems only right, with election time growing
near, to remind those who will be casting a vote,
of their duty to country, and fellow countrymen-
cause you see I've lived the American dream,
and tremble at the thought that somewhere in
future time America's offspring will awaken to find
their liberty left behind.

America is more then the home of the brave the
land of the free...she's the place where the eagle
flies and with an eagle's eye guards liberty from
the sky.

Yes, America deserves much more from the
offspring of those who suffered to keep her free
And, unless we heed the eagle's scream warning
us danger lurks within, future Americans will lose
the right to the American dream, and have to fight
for their liberty all over again.

Get out and vote.....let the dice fall where they
may......That's always been the American way.
 

My Dear Old Flag

There are thirteen stripes, on my dear
old flag, alternate red and white; that join
fifty stars, white in a field of blue

representing a nation united by the noblest
idea of equality among mankind, this dear
old flag of mine.

There are many flags, representing other peoples
and other lands, but none other flag brings a
tear to my eye, as it ripples freely in the breeze
against an American sky.

There are many who have died beneath the stars
and stripes, because they cherished what she
symbolizes: a nation conceived in liberty, where
Americans can live and die free.

My Dear old flag , when our forefathers gave birth
to the United States of America, God shined His
light on thee;

Many a loved one, and many an American has
sacrificed to keep my dear old flag from falling
In places where people still long to taste liberty.

I owe much to my fellow countrymen
More than I can ever repay.
They will forever hold a place in my heart, and come
to my remembrance every time I place my hand over
my American heart, and say:

'I Pledge Allegiance to the flag of the
United States of America
and to the Republic for which it stands,
one Nation under God,
indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.'

There are thirteen stripes, on my dear
old flag, alternate red and white; that join
fifty stars, white in a field of blue
representing a nation united by the noblest
idea of equality among mankind, this dear
old flag of mine.
 

My Name Is Old Glory
My name is Old Glory
I'm Red, White and blue ....

.... I am the flag of your forefathers,
Who created me for you.
I'm the offspring of the first American
flag......

On June 14, 1777 Americans from
thirteen states carried me and swore
to never let me fall and tho I have been
tattered and torn they carried me high
when the United States of America
was born.

Americans who chose for me my colors
of red, white, and blue believed in the
cause of liberty and the doctrine that all
men had a God given right to live and die
free.

As Americans struggled to make the American
dream a reality many wars saw me at the forefront
of the fight to set all men free.

World War I, World War II, my carriers chose not
but they fought those wars with determination
and heart.

Those who have carried me and never let me fall
in all the years that have followed the world wars
inherited the love of country and fellow countrymen
that has driven Americans to fight beneath my colors
time and time again.

Americans have long lived, died, and fought beneath
my colors of red, white, and blue though it all......at
home or on foreign soil with pride they have gazed at
my colors rippling in the wind and swore never to let
me fall.

On 911 millions of Americans mourned the loss of
thousands of Americans and raised me high for the
world to see- that even on American soil Americans
still died for the cause of Liberty.

I am the American flag from the World Trade towers
I survived and am a symbol of sacrifice in service, loss,
and determination.

But I am much more ...... I am the offspring of the high
Ideas of equality among men that gave birth to and continues
to nurture the hearts of every American living and working
in this great nation.

Burned, tattered and torn I represent the best of all who live
and die the American dream.
Fallen heroes who's dreams will never sleep as long
as one American across this great land has the courage
to pick up the American flag and hold her high for the world to
see it's not the cloth I am made from that makes me special
It the heart inside the man that holds me in his hand.

My colors have been stained with blood and tears, my stars
and strips tattered, torn and burned but still I fly the symbol
of freedom untouched by the flames.

Remember the American Soldier

Memorial Day, is the day Americans set aside
to remember America's champions of liberty
Those who sacrificed and died
that people might live free.....

A day to remember those whose deeds
done in the name of liberty
ensured that Liberty's flame would continue
to burn just as brightly for you and me.

A day to remember, as we kneel beside
the soldier's gave, or shake a soldier's hand
that there is one thing an American soldier is
always willing to do- to keeps America free.

A day to remember the soldier in the coffin, the
 the sea.....

Whose love of country out weigh his love of self
proved by his determination-in peace and war,
to keep America free.

May Americans long remember the American
Soldier and his unselfish deeds........
For the American Soldier is the defender
of our right to live the American dream.

Thank you, American Soldier for a job well done!

By JanSanford61
© 2011 JanSanford61 (All rights reserved)


The Spirit of America

The spirits of American heroes
rests not inside the graves.
Their spirits live inside the hearts
of the patriotic Americans who
recognize that the freedom
passed down to them
came at a great cost
to others, in blood, life, and limb.

The spirits of American heroes
rests not inside the graves.
Their spirits live inside the hearts
of the patriotic Americans who
recognize that there is no greater
show of love and patriotism than
that one lay down his life
that others might reap.....
the God given right -to live and die
free.

Our American Heroes gave their all
Let those of us living today strive
in our daily life, to be worthy of the
liberty.

God Bless America!

10:59am April 23, 2014
by Heartsong
 

The American Breed 

Americans are made up of a melting pot breed ....

....Joined together by our strong held beliefs:
The belief that every man has the right just to be,
and die in a country where the air is free;

The right to bear arms, and use them against
aggression if need be; if that's what it takes to
keep America free.
The right to come and go unhindered by any
in the home of the brave and the Land of plenty;

The right to worship God, or to worship no god at all,
according to how one's own conscious does call;
Yes! Americans are of the melting pot breed
Nurtured and raised on Liberty's seed.

Not of one blood- but made up of many bloods you see
All striving together to keep America free.
By our beliefs we are joined under the red, white, and blue
As shown by the things together we've done and are still

[for liberty] willing to do.

We tackle the problems that face us each today,
as did our forefathers-in much the same way.
We guard those things new Americans might take for granted
not knowing the history of the country they chose as their own
Knowing if given enough time they too will come to understand
That not only are we Americans- we are the Spirit of this great land.

Let there be no doubt- to new Americans, that while Americans
will always respect the differences in each of us;
Americans know the dangers, in not always

putting the United States of America first.

Americans are a melting pot breed joined by our heartfelt beliefs:
The belief that individual rights, if abused long enough, and by
enough people~ will in time destroy all the good things past
generations did leave.
By Jan Tetstone/Heartsong
 

WE the PEOPLE

What does being an American
mean to me ?
It means I'm a defender of
Liberty.

That with liberty comes duty. . .

What does ' Defender of Liberty'
Mean!?
Well, you see, God gives everyone
Natural rights to be born and
live free.

The Declaration of Independence
was signed and the American Revolution
was fought by the first Americans
all in the name of Liberty.

Freedom is a God given right but many
men would stripe freedom from you
and me.

The United States Constitution spells
out what government can and cannot do
'WE The PEOPLE' are Americans devoted
to guarding and keeping safe, our natural
God given right to live and die free.

Patriotic Americans are called, 'Defenders
of Liberty.'

Some wear uniforms, some do not
but all love God and Liberty with all their
American heart.
-Jan Tetstone
4:26pm September 7, 2018
By Heartsong

A Freedom Loving American

Someone has to think about
the future of today's children.
Who will it be? Who,
besides the solder, will defend the
right of all to live and die free?

Are not innocent children worth
the blood, sweat and tears it takes
to water the liberty tree?

Have we learned nothing from history!
As for me, like those
who guarded liberty for me,
I am willing to sacrifice all,
to insure future generations inherit
the torch of liberty -that all past,
freedom loving,people passed down to me.
-Jan Tetstone
3:58am September 19, 2019

Patriot's Heart

We will bury you from within and never
lay hand on you
was the Nazi threat to the American people
living under the Red, White and blue.

Socialist/communist have proven to be
the greatest threat to life and liberty
Long have Americans who love living free
fought the communist to save liberty.

The weeds of communism thrive on plucking
away at the legal safeguards put in place
to protect free press, free speech,
and religious liberty.

Where are the safeguards now!?

The safe guards rests safely inside the
patriot's heart...

The threat to bury the American people
from within can only happen when Americans
stop rearing patriot women and men.

God Bless America and all who struggle
against the deranged part of humanity,
in the name of life and liberty.
-Jan Tetstone
9:43am July 23, 2020


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