Best Poem of D.A. Woods

The Green Brigade
When night falls, you won't see us on our street corners,
protecting our roads, which make us feel like foreigners.
On our own land where our forefathers fell,
we're driving the enemy, straight back to hell.

Crouching on one knee watching traffic going past,
with the night hat on and a rifle to clasp,
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California Kiss
White sands of gold,
mining town of old,
always will be in my heart.
Redondo Pier,
San Diego sceneful and clear,
saddened to be apart.
Beauty there to loved,
the women from above,
the best I've ever seen.
California I loved you,
but now I make do,
imagining my sun kissed Queen. . . .
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