Friday, November 4, 2016

Awesome Veterans Day 2016 Poems Collection

November is the month to remember our war heroes. Every year we celebrate the Veterans Day 2016 on 11th November to pay our tribute the military veterans, the persons who served in the United States Armed Forces. Former US President Woodrow Wilson first started this ritual, and after 96 years we still celebrate the day with utmost respect. So in this article, we have collected the best Veterans Day Poems to remember those heroes who have put their life in danger and sacrificed so many things just protect us and our beloved country.


So now is the time for us to pay something back to them, something that will make them happy and proud. And there is no better way to pay homage to those war heroes than reciting the best Veterans Day poems to them. So take a look at the below-given Veterans Day 2016 poems and wish them for their great deeds to this country.

 Best Veteran Day Poems  

Poems and poetry are the best way to pay tribute and respect to the others especially who have fought so many battles for the country. So we have accumulated some best Happy Veteran Day poems in this page for you. Read them all, and pick the best one to pay tribute to the Veterans on this Veterans Day 2016.

The Best on Earth: A Veteran's Day Tribute

If someone has done military service,They earn the title "veteran," and more;They earn our deep respect and admiration;That they are special no one can ignore. They sacrificed the comforts we enjoy;The list is long of all the things they gave.Our veterans are extraordinary people;They’re loyal, dedicated, true and brave. When terror and invasion were real threats,They showed us they could handle any storm.We owe our freedoms and our very livesTo our veterans, who served in uniform. Our veterans should be celebrities;They’re exceptional; no other group compares.We’re grateful for the many things they’ve done;They’re always in our hearts and in our prayers. We owe our veterans support and friendship;Let no one ever question what they’re worth.These men and women served us and our country,Our veterans--the very best on earth.                                                    -----By Joanna Fuchs

The Veterans Day 2016 Poems are the best patriotic poems, and each poem gives us goose bumps. So take a look at the below poems where we have remembered and honoured the bravery of those soldiers and how much respect they deserve from us.

The Noble and the Brave: A Veteran's Day Tribute

When America had an urgent need,These brave ones raised a hand;No hesitation held them back;They were proud to take a stand. They left their friends and family;They gave up normal life;To serve their country and their God,They plowed into the strife. They fought for freedom and for peaceOn strange and foreign shores;Some lost new friends; some lost their livesIn long and brutal wars. Other veterans answered a callTo support the ones who fought;Their country had requirements forThe essential skills they brought. We salute every one of them,The noble and the brave,The ones still with us here today,And those who rest in a grave. So here’s to our country’s heroes;They’re a cut above the rest;Let’s give the honor that is dueTo our country’s very best.                      ------By Joanna Fuchs

These Veterans Day Poems depict how the war heroes protect us and how much we owe to them for our life. Check it out:

Protecting Us

While we were home on our comfortable sofas,Munching and watching TV,Our veterans were fighting our battles,In situations we'd certainly flee. Whatever would keep us all safeIs what they were called to do,Rough duties of every kindProtecting us: me and you. So when you see Vets, please thank themFor their service and sacrifice.Be aware, and always rememberFor us, they paid a price.                    -----By Joanna Fuchs
Wrap Up


Folks, we hope you all have liked the best Happy Veterans Day Poems we have accumulated in this page. Choose any one and send it to the war heroes in this auspicious occasion to feel them special and honoured.

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